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Thank you all so much for your input!!  I wish the photo had been sharper.  But even with the poor clarity, I did feel there should still be some evidence of the dark patagials if indeed this was a Red-tailed.  Also, it was flying alone, higher altitude, and towards open air, unlike the Red-taileds in the area which were all lollygagging around together in and out of the trees.

Here were the two other pictures, even though they go from bad to worse, but they might give some additional support:

DSC_0717 (2)DSC_0719 (2)

 

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