Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Detoff, Dec 12, 2007.
Haven't posted here for awhile, thought I'd share some since then...
lets see if i have these pegged, 1 and 4 are juvenile rough-legged hawks, 2 and 3 are juvenile red-tales (the same one at the looks) and the 5th is a sage grouse. do i have these right?
3, 7, 8 are my favorites!
Cute chubby horse! Looks nice in the snow
Very nice series. Thanks for sharing.
I believe you have the hawks right, the 5th is a hen pheasant.
Let's see 6 and 7 are white tail does right? LOL Great Shots!!!
They are hard to tell apart without a size reference. But Cooper's hawks and young Redtales are almost identical. The Cooper is a fair amount smaller. The neck on 2 & 3 seems a little shorter than that of a Redtailed to me, I very well could be wrong. The Redtailes in our area have a little more white under there chin. This might just be regional. For reference here is a pic in the gallery at:
it could also be an individual thing, but they are both red-tails
#5 was hard to tell since its a western N America bird and i just had the eastern sibleys with me
Beautiful series! :thumbup: My favorites are #4 and #6.
2, 4, and 8 are my favs!
I hate horses but number 8 is the best. I love it.
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