Early in June we got some new visitors to our back yard, a pair of juvenile Red-Shouldered Hawks (I thought they were Cooper’s Hawks, since they had not a trace of the red I was looking for). These birds, and one in particular, have cawing long and loud every day for about three weeks, as they perch on a few trees in our yard, and a big dead tree next door.
Trees attract birds, and birds attract photographers, so we were happy to have a visit from our friend Kristen Droke, who combines a keen eye with a long lens and a lot of patience. Enjoy our hawk as he fights with corvids, has a light (grey) meal, and generally sits around looking cool.
I think I will call him Yells at Crows.