A weekly photo linkup
That is a beautiful hawk, Sue. Maybe it is called a Cooper's Hawk? I'm learning the differences myself. Have a wonderful week! Hugs, Pat
He WAS showing off and well done for having the camera handy to snap those shots of him! Awesome!Thanks for hosting.
Wow I can see why he was showing off, for his female furfriend, I think they are a small hawk??Thanks for hosting stop by when you can!!Have a great week!KarrenOh My Heartsie Girl:)
Magnificent photos of this hawk! We were watching a group of turkey vultures roosting in the trees across from our vacation rental, but I didn't get any good photos.
So lovely bird! Greetings!
Beautiful bird! You captured such awesome expressions.
Brilliant shots :-)Have a hawktastic week :-)
Hi Y'all!Love the hawk! Fantastic shots. Thanks for sharing!Y'all come on by,Hawk aka BrownDog
What a fantastic bird!
Fantastic shots Sue!
Super cool photos. I love the one in flight.
He is so beautiful! I'm so glad you were able to capture him and share with us. I wouldn't know anyway if you had mis-named him.
Birds of prey have always fascinated me since I was a young girl and read a book about a boy and his pet falcon. Gorgeous photos!
great pictures. I like wild birds so much. He spreads his wings just if he wants to look good on the image :)
Gorgeous bid. How lucky you are to have been able to photo hese.R. Täysin arkista
that is a nice capture.
Looking at your excellent photos and it's markings, could it be a Cooper's Hawk?...:)JP
Really great shots!Thanks for hosting
What a beautiful bird, great shots!
Beautiful hawk! So nice that he was willing to show off his wings for the camera! ;)
Great captures of the hawk! It has a fine feathering ~ the dots and colors ~ to camouflage among the pine trees ... Great work you spotted it the first place!
The hawk is very handsome. Enjoy your week!
I think that is a red-tail hawk. Beautiful shots! Thanks for hosting. Have a great week!
How nice of the bird to come and pose! :) Have a great week Sue!
Wonderful pictures of this dangerous predator !!Greetings
I am a little late to link in. Sorry about that, I have some difficulty with my email. Hope it will be better soon. Lovely bird. Never seen in my garden! Groetjes Hetty
I love your hawk shots. We have a family of brown tail hawks that nests on a tree over our pool. Blessings!
Oh, he did show off! Fun to see!
Beautiful shots Sue! What a gorgeous bird. I love those ones where the wings are spread open ready for flight. - Tasha
Oh, so beautiful! Thanks for hosting and have a good week!Happy ww, Joana
He's performing for you! He is stunning! Thanks for sharing.
Wow, great shots! Beautiful bird.
Wow, what a beautiful bird! Is it a peregrine falcon? We had one that used to roost on the side of our office building (in NYC), and it looked very similar to the one in your awesome photos. :)
Sue, that's an amazing opportunity to capture a hawk so close up! One appeared in our backyard last spring or summer and I could only snap a few shots from my kitchen window. I knew, if I attempted to outside to get a better shot that he'd be gone. It's funny you just don't see too many of these fine birds, but the other day while we were running errands I spied one on a power line beside the road and I thought that was the oddest thing ever. Like I said, you just don't see them too often. Oh well, thanks for hosting the #WW linky fun!
Great pics anyways. You need to check out Red Shouldered Hawks of Tingsgrove blog. http://tingsgrove.blogspot.com.au/ Have a great week.
These are beautiful Sue, you must have beeen so close to him. Lovely!
What great pics, Sue!
I love seeing shots of birds with their wings spread out! Good work, and thanks for sharing! :D
What amazing shots! Such a gorgeous bird.Have a great week.:-)Traci
Based on the photos in the Smithsonian bird guide and available on the 'net, I would say this is a juvenile red-shouldered hawk.Dave
This is a lovely collection of the hawk. Thank you for hosting and for your lovely comments. Have a good day!
Great shots of the Hawk
what a handsome visitor!
What a great opportunity to capture him digitally! Loved the shots!
My mushroom shows off silently.
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