Evening Hawk

I thought it would fly if I moved to get the camera and I thought the light wasn’t enough, but the hawk didn’t and the light was okay.
hawk-eveningTruth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA.

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7 Responses to Evening Hawk

  1. Yvonne says:

    Aren’t they beautiful birds!

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  3. 1nmbirder says:

    Just beautiful! Don’t you love it when everything works out to get a particular photo? It’s most rewarding when it does.

  4. ambfoxx says:

    Wow! What an intense creature.

  5. Kathryn Claycomb says:

    It looks like an immature sharp-shinned hawk, or perhaps Cooper’s hawk. Both are on the smallish side, no more than 18″ and sometimes considerably less, depending on the species. Great photo!

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