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  1. Great capture HB and thank you for your response!
  2. Please excuse my confusion on Akandula’s response to The Bird Nuts reply. Is there agreement that this is a young Red-shoulder and not a Broad-winged? Thank you all. This is an awesome community of birders!😀👍
  3. Hi everyone, I need some help identifying this/these hawks. First photo taken on a rainy morning, the next three perched on a dead tree and the final photo perched on a sign. All photos taken within 200’ of each other on three separate days during the last couple of weeks. Local birding experts think they are either a young Cooper’s Hawk or Sharp-shinned. Photographed near Knoxville TN. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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    Hi everyone, I need some help identifying this hawk(s) photographed in East Tennessee within the last couple weeks. All photos were taken in the same area approximately 200’ from each other. One photographed during a heavy rain, three of the same hawk perched high on a dead tree, and the last taken while perched on a sign. I have asked local experts and they think it’s a young Cooper’s Hawk or Sharp-shinned Hawk. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you kindly, Richard
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