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  1. Interesting, just learned something thank you. For some reason I had the thought that a Sharpie would be more likely to be the case in populated areas/backyards. So a Cooper's then?
  2. They have a really interesting call too which can make them easier to identify (or even spot) when they're way overhead.
  3. It's a neighborhood in suburban SW Pennsylvania, and I know a Sharpie would be more likely. But based on the head extension and slightly rounded/not notched tail, I'm leaning Cooper's. Got these photos when it went high overhead but behavior was mostly hugging the tops of trees, flushing out lots of neighborhood birds and getting yelled at by blue jays. Pretty acrobatic and hunting. Would love some input.
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