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2 hours ago, Avery said:

Yep! One of the prettiest hawks in the US in my opinion. 

And much easier to ID than those 6,487 subspecies of Red-tailed!

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3 hours ago, Connor Cochrane said:

This looks like the pale extimus subspecies of south Florida 

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4 hours ago, BirdsIviewCam said:

Ya'll are so helpful!....Where was this site when I was growing up?  Oh yea...the Internet wasn't invented yet.😉

Yeah, I know the feeling.............

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Just yesterday I noticed that there are TWO of those hawks that visit and now with the help from the forum I was able to tell that the second one had more markings on the top.  So I think from the two pictures I took are from two different types of the same that have been visiting.  They were not happy with the other being together at my feeder and kinda were making those screeching noises and a brief scuffle and both flew off but I think the lighter color one was the original from the area....The saga continues.

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