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#5941680 - 09/22/15 07:39 PM What kind of hawk?
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#5941697 - 09/22/15 07:45 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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Mean looking little sucker
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#5941712 - 09/22/15 07:50 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: SapperTitan]
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There are 7 of them on my block.
Seen all 7 sitting in the tree tops of a house across the street from me.

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#5941718 - 09/22/15 07:55 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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Modern day Velociraptors
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#5941730 - 09/22/15 08:02 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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Immature Mississippi kite

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#5941741 - 09/22/15 08:09 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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#5941753 - 09/22/15 08:19 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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Kestrel, I believe.
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#5941820 - 09/22/15 08:49 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: dawaba]
KG68 Offline
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Definitely a hawk. Possibly a male Northern Harrier. confused2

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#5941984 - 09/22/15 10:20 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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#5942003 - 09/22/15 10:47 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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Another vote for the Mississippi Kite
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#5942018 - 09/22/15 10:56 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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I think the kite has a more polished clean feather look, we have the Kites around here and there feathers are very smooth rarely look out of place. My vote is for the Harrier

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#5942022 - 09/22/15 11:00 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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Juvy Mississippi Kite. Changing colors as it matures. Nice find.

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#5942025 - 09/22/15 11:15 PM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: texasgal]
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Originally Posted By: texasgal
Juvy Mississippi Kite. Changing colors as it matures. Nice find.


Yep

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#5942113 - 09/23/15 05:59 AM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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Great pic. up
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#5942141 - 09/23/15 06:30 AM Re: What kind of hawk? [Re: mbavo]
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The numbers you are seeing is another hint it's a kite. Kites will migrate in very large numbers, sometimes in groups of over 100.

Keep an eye out for a more mature bird mbavo. Adults will look silver/ slate blue.

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