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young hawk - pics
#1
I had the opportunity to take some hawk pics literally in my back yard, sitting on one of my pasture fences.Enjoy!
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#2
Great shots Lou. Red tail ?
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#3
Thanks,It is a young female coopers hawk.
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#4
Stunning! Excellent photos - thanks for sharing!
Jim from Austin --- Lorenzo keepers PM me about a US breeding program
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#5
Thanks,I was going to try and enter one in the potm,but I don't know if it has to be frog related.
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#6
oddlot Wrote:Thanks,I was going to try and enter one in the potm,but I don't know if it has to be frog related.

...yeah...we try to include anything remotely dart frog related though. Now if the Hawk had a film can in it's talons...
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#7
ok I was just curious because the rules stated that any pic on the site could be picked and fair game,so I wasn't sure.I wanted to share for everyone to enjoy either way.Thanks Phil
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#8
Never say never...

They are really really good pics.

Lou, do you know Lee H. (frogger) from Maryland ? He has his falconers credentials and flies a Red Tail, last time I spoke with him. I used to have a small Kestrel for a few weeks before taking it to a sanctuary.
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#9
The name sounds familiar.They are amazing animals.I have thought about getting the falconer licensing in the past,but realized that it wouldn't be fair with all the time I put into the frogs,I wouldn't be able to properly work with it. Who knows what the future will bring.
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