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  1. The graduated tail certainly points toward grackles.
  2. Some percentage of juvenile Eastern Wood-Pewees have black or blackish mandible. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/108640361#_ga=2.16350645.225555176.1594064204-1184313056.1549327880
  3. Juvenile YHBL with female One-year-old males are variable, usually having much more yellow by July than the posted bird. One-year-old male late in summer
  4. Female. First-year males usually have blacker wings and should sport the sex's tell-tale handkerchief.
  5. Juvenile Bald, because both of its parents were Bald Eagles. Big head and big bill = Bald Little head and little bill = Golden https://www.onthewingphotography.com/wings/2011/02/16/bald-eagles-one-to-five-years-old/
  6. You cannot determine the size of the rat, so you cannot determine the size of the bird. Rat's are exceedingly variable in size. I'd guess it's a male from the relatively straight-ish tail tip on a fairly short tail for the species. Females have longer tails that tend to be rounder. Please note the many qualifiers.
  7. Most of its feathers are downy, so it ain't in "eclipse" (BNA alternate plumage).
  8. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/49766501#_ga=2.12284471.225555176.1594064204-1184313056.1549327880 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/77585521#_ga=2.208772497.225555176.1594064204-1184313056.1549327880
  9. Just a heads-up, but feathers of protected species (of which, Red-tailed Hawk is one) are also protected and require a Federal permit to possess.
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