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Sure No One’s Tired of This—Immature Cooper’s or Sharpie?


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Definitely young Cooper's. Note the thin streaking, tubular overall, relatively large, blocky head, small eyes close to the front of the head, and shorter outer-tail feathers.

"Squareness" and "roundness" of the tail are misleading; instead look at the relative length of the outer tail feathers. On Cooper's, they're noticeably smaller than the inner feathers, while on Sharp-shinned, all the feathers are about the same length.

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