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Tag Archives: Red-shouldered Hawk
Since 2019 I’ve followed the adventures of a Red-Shouldered hawk couple. I’ve watched as they’ve refined and refurbished the same nest year after year, as they’ve fed their babies, and as their young have taken some of their first flights. … Continue reading
One of our favorite places to visit (and to camp) is James River State Park. Blessed with a beautiful early spring day, we set out for yet another day trip to the park. 🙂 When we got to the park, … Continue reading
I’ve been watching and photographing a pair of Red-Shouldered Hawks for months. Watched them building a nest, and now try to get glimpses of the hawk & babies through the trees.
Red-shouldered hawk Wild turkeys Turkey vulture on a foggy, snowy morning – March 9, 2019 Snow-covered trees in the fog – March 9, 2019 Signs of Spring – Budding/flowering trees, March 16, 2019 Bluebird at Mint Springs Valley Park – … Continue reading