Jak na dropolowe zdjęcia bardzo udane, chyba robione z podejścia a nie z ukrycia.Miłej niedzieli Tersa :)Greets from Poland :)
en dat zien jullie vlak bij huis,dat is geweldig hier moet je daar wel wat meer voor doen.
Looks like he found the perfect perch:@)
Wowwww !!!....Happy first advent sunday.......love and blessings from me....x !!
For whatever reason, there were lots of hawks about here yesterday, too.
The hawk is such a majestic bird dear Theresa. I loved the picture from the back.. looks like its wearing an orange skirt. hehe :)
Good post Theresa.wish you a nice sunday.Greetings, Joop
A majestic bird!
Such wonderful photographs, Teresa!
Wow!!!! Great pictures of the Hawk, such a regal bird, Francine.
Love it, around you, wow.
he is a beauty, we do see little Hawks a lot but the big ones I've only seen in the Camargue Bird Sanctuary so wild like this would be super exciting.
Hawks are plentiful here but I still love seeing these amazing birds.xo Catherine
Happy that you saw this bird so rare in your parts. Yes, it has quite a tail and a good tale for you, too.
Great shots of the Red-Tailed.. Congrats on your sightings and new visitor.
#3 really shows a distinctive profile.
Good captures of that Red-tailed. They're such a pretty Hawk.
Yes, now there's a bird I recognize. :) I love the shot of him flying away with a wonderful display of his tail feathers!
Cool! i especially like that picture of him flying away and displaying that red tail. The most prevalent raptor around here seems to be the Cooper's Hawk.
Nice when tails tell tales!
Wow you really captured the red tail beautifully in that fifth picture!
Wow, absolutely gorgeous !Greetings !
They are so beautiful, but I hate when they dive bomb my bird feeder.Then I have mixed feelings about them.
hehe....tell tale sign, you are clever ;)did he mess with your little birds?!?!
Looking for a rodent. Very cool birds.
OM gosh, and you got FANTASTIC shots of him too!
A beautiful series of shots!!
Great Hawk pictures. A rare sighting for me except the time one flew through our LR window a few years back. CRASH startled us . . . it took a few days to find what had caused the crash . . . and the window replacement was quite the challenge . . .
absolutely no doubt he is a red tail...
You always amaze me with the capability to get these shots. I could wait for days and never get them :DMersadMersad Donko Photography
Très joli post! superbes photos, j'adore!Merci pour ce partage, bon dimanche!Cath.
i really enjoy the in flight shots. nice captures. so glad you got the chance to see him out & about. ( :
Great shot on that Hawk's tell-tale tail and all the other shots.Thanks for sharing This.Have a great week. Hugs,JB
Very nice pictures, I love watching the red tailed hawks. I hope you have a wonderful first Sunday of Advent!
You're right that I see a ton of red-tailed hawks. BUT you know what? I still think they are wonderful and take photos of them every chance I get. ;))
Wow. Nope, don't see them much here or I'm not paying attention. Great photo's as always.xoxo
Nice shots there! Have a nice Sunday.
two of my favorite feathered winged friends are the hawk and the eagle. I wear a gold charm eagle that hangs on my neck chainit represents my soaring spirit and emblematic of how my soul traveled in a different lifebeautiful pics of this red tailedI have a couple that live in a couple of the trees around my neighborhoodI always put my many bird feeders under or interspersed in brush so that the hawks are challenged when trying to swoop in and it gives my birds a chancegracias mi amiga
Nice! Perfect shot of the tail! I wish I saw hawks more often.
He looks like he's ready to pounce. such great photos my friend.Hugs~
An excellent series, very interesting movements Hawk!
Beautiful photos of the hawk.Enjoy the in flight shots.Greetings Irma
Wrócił, abyś go znowu podziwiała i nam pokazała. Pozdrawiam.He came back, you admired him again and showed us. Yours.
A fine series on this rare hawk. You got some great "flying" shot of this bird too.
I've never seen either! Great shots of the red tail!
These are some gorgeous pictures, I think you should paint one and then I should win it in the drawing.....
Great shots! I do love the hawks! I really like the shot of him with wings spread!!
We have a pair of Red Tails, and a pair of Coopers. When I travel with Bill (trucking), I see Red Tails literally everywhere. They thrive...have learned to, I guess.
Wow, amazing captures. I noticed so many out yesterday waiting ever so quietly along the freeway on their favorite lamp posts!
Nice captures of this beautiful bird.
These are great pix you have taken, Tex! A most beautiful bird!Jo
Very striking. Happy first day of advent. Have a serene Sunday.Best wishes Molly
Afternoon Tea oh these are incredible shots. I love to see a hawk. Hug B
Lucky girl! Love this mighty hawk and his "tell-tale tail". Too good. :) Wonderful images!
Oooo! He's gorgeous, majestic and powerful. Wonderful photos of him! :)
Always a thrill to spot a rarer visitor.
We have a regular one and he sits in the tree across the street hunting mice. Although he did take out one of our chickens hence earning his other name - chicken hawk.
Very nice! We had an interesting hawk sighting here a couple of days ago. He had caught a dove and was chomping down in the neighbor's driveway. Quite a mess of feathers! When My Honey opened our back door, the hawk flew off clinging to lunch to eat it in a more private place.
Awesome captures Theresa. I love that tell-tail in flight shot :)
You did a much better job with yours. I tried to swing up and catch one flying overhead recently and only got his underbelly.
Red-Tails! Wow! Did you read that book about Red-Tail hawks in Central Park? It's a very good bird book.
You have some excellent shots of that red tail. In the summer they are our most common hawk.
Oh my, so beautiful. I think any time one sees a hawk of any kind is a great big treat.
He is very beautiful. We have a lot of hawks around our house who are always searching for food down the hillside.
Aren't they regal looking? They are about the largest bird of prey in our area, aside from the occasional bald eagle. It's common to see them sitting on fence posts along the highways. But it's always a thrill. Great captures, especially the tail.
Wow, I've never seen a hawk with red feathers.He still looks dangerous, though.
This guy in motion looks like a modern-day war aircraft!
T, aren't the raptors such grand birds!
During spring and summer,this is our most common hawk. Having said that,I never get tired of seeing these birds,they are truly beautiful.
Is it the same hawk? They look different to me. I love hawks! And owls, and falcons, and...
You do get some amazing looking birds over your way!
Dearest Theresa,Love your catchy photos + snappy text of the tell tale tail!Hugs,Mariette
These are beautiful hawks. We have alot of them here in Pa. See them sitting on the power lines overlooking fields to watch for their prey.
A hawk sighting is always a treat for me. This guy is a beauty. I love your take-off images. Wonderful!
They're a nuisance here, though protected. They stalk the chicken yard, and the wildlife resources agency says they don't eat chickens. My husband once told an agent that he needed to tell that to the hawk ripping up our chickens. Those folks need to get the heads out of books and into reality. ;)
What a handsome fellow. Red-tailed hawks are what I see the most of here. They hang out high in the trees to survey the field behind our property.
Great shots especially the ones in flight.
There's that tell-tale tail. I say that's a mouth full. We have hawks but I have no idea what kind they are. What a bird woman you are!
... you caught the 'tail' too. Nice work.
Like EG said, we see a ton of them here even in the middle of the city but I still always stop to watch them circle around.
Wowie! I'm so glad for you! The abstract quality, especially in the first photo is great. And I love that rear shot too, a rare perspective of a rare bird!
WOW awesome shots!!
Nice! Now go count those ducklings!
Yes, I guess we do have different birds than you :) We have tons of these red tailed hawks here. They've almost become a nuisance in recent years. They are pretty, though.
You must have been doing a happy dance! I love owls and hawks.
Great shots. I got to watch hawks hunting a couple of time over the past month.
Handsome and noble. My youngest son is now very good at spotting them, a second set of eyes is always helpful.
Good photos! We have lots of Red-tailed hawks here...now I want to try to capture one on the camera also!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Excelentes fotografias de belo Falcão....Cumprimentos
Magnificent bird. You live in an animal Eden.
We have lots of them around here. Well, at least we did when I was able to go out and about. Nice shots!
Great flight photos!
Look at how gorgeous he is! You did a great job capturing him and his RED tail!!!
This is a rarity for me, so I really enjoyed your photos! I love the one where you can see his tail. I keep looking for hawks--guess I'm not looking in the right places. :-)
a wonderful series of shots you got Theresa on this special raptor for you
Wow, handsome creature, TexALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral =^..^=
I've been seeing a few more hawks around and was hoping to get some photos of them--Yours of one in flight are amazing!
What a hansom specimen, looks like it stuck around long enough for you to get some good pictures!
Love that tail shot!
Hopefully he didn't swoop down on one of your squirrels.
You have the whole variety of birds visiting you to get photographed! :)Great captures.
Very nice pictures!Greetings, SK
A good-looking one!We have a Cooper's Hawk that likes to visit our back yard...I always have mixed emotions about seeing it. Exciting, yet I know he's come for a meal of one of the smaller visitors to our feeders. :-(~Lindy
What a nice visitor - I bet it kept the other birds quiet!Stewart M - Melbourne
Arent' they beautiful! Maybe your new visitor will return now. The are one notch above the Red-shouldered Hawks on food chain, so all will be on guard. We only have a couple of Red-tails that pass over every once in a while, but I am thinking one has stayed a good year now, for I see it soaring over the house~
I see Hawks a lot sitting on fence posts. Now I will be on the lookout for a red tail.
Ugg. They're not a welcome sight around here. Most recently I saw one eating one of our young hens it had killed.
Oh, I bet you were excited, T...great pix!!!!...:)JP
Really, really is breathtaking. I see a few hawks around here weekly - hear them calling - can tell by the crows when they are near! As much as I like them, I do worry about my little Yorkie - he doesn't go out unattended - ever… and never off leash. If the hawk gets him, he has to deal with me :)
That picture of the tell tale tail is very cool! They are beautiful birds but I want them to find other things to snack on other than my birds at the feeders!
That's a good-looking specimen! We have them around here all the time, they like to hang out at a certain spot on the utility wires and also perch on neighborhood roofs.
Lovely shots. I always think hawks are magnificent.
Love that shot showing off the tail! I think I have a pair of red-tailed hawks that have taken up residence in my pasture or the wood lot right by it. They are pretty cool to listen to.
That's neat. You're quite a hawk eye.
Great captures! :)We rarely see the Red-Tail Hawks anymore since the Swainson Hawks moved in.
Excellent! My chicken was named Hawk!
Great in-flight shots!
We have quite a few Red-tailed Hawks in these parts. So much so that some are starting to think of them as a pest. I always enjoy seeing them and any birds of prey. Nice shots!
Sighting one of the big, beautiful raptors is a treat for me anytime, anywhere!Thank you for sharing your visitor!
Wow, these are awesome! Ya know I hardly ever see hawks, but the last month or so, I see them everywhere. Weird!
Oh wonderful especially the flight shots!
That fifth from last, the tail shot, is amazing!:-)
Wow, great shots! I hope it didn't leave with any of your feathered friends.
Great shots of your red tail!! We have a hawk that lives behind us and when it's out hunting or flying across the back yard - my cockatiel goes a bit crazy in his cage that sits at the window. The hawk can't see "Birdie" inside the house (I don't think) but Birdie sees the hawk and freaks out.
Really great this perception of fantstische hawk. Well seen and great to use!
Although Red-tails are seen here in south Florida the year round, we have seen them only one, and it was a pair mating. Yet never any evidence of a nest. As in your location, Red-shouldered are common here.
Very nice pictures! This hawk made sure you saw his RED tail!
I always love seeing hawks! I don't know what it is about them...any bird of prey!
WOW~ awesome shots of an amazing creature!!!
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