Red-tailed Hawk Juvenile Portrait

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Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) Juvenile

The Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) is one of the most widespread and commonly observed birds of prey in North America (click on photos for full sized images).

The buff yellow iris in this bird, photographed at Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, identifies it as a juvenile.

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Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) Juvenile

Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) Juvenile

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Larry Jordan

Larry Jordan

Larry Jordan is an avid birder and amateur photographer living on the Pacific Flyway near the Central Valley of Northern California. He is a board member of his local Audubon Society and is a bird and wildlife conservationist. Larry contributes to several wildlife conservation organizations and is a BirdLife International "Species Champion." He is also Habitat Manager for the Burrowing Owl Conservation Network, an organization dedicated to the protection and restoration of the Western Burrowing Owl population in the United States. Larry has been blogging about birds since September of 2007 at TheBirdersReport.com

Larry Jordan

Larry Jordan

Larry Jordan is an avid birder and amateur photographer living on the Pacific Flyway near the Central Valley of Northern California. He is a board member of his local Audubon Society and is a bird and wildlife conservationist. Larry contributes to several wildlife conservation organizations and is a BirdLife International "Species Champion." He is also Habitat Manager for the Burrowing Owl Conservation Network, an organization dedicated to the protection and restoration of the Western Burrowing Owl population in the United States. Larry has been blogging about birds since September of 2007 at TheBirdersReport.com

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Dkgadgil
Dkgadgil

its pecularity in red tail is not visible in picture—digambar gadgil