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Birds > Cooper's Hawk

Cooper's Hawk

Cooper's Hawk in Brush Pile

On November 23, 2012 this juvenile cooper's hawk was trying to catch birds that were hiding in my brush pile.It is a first year female. Female cooper's hawks are larger than male cooper's hawks.

In 2012 this Cooper's Hawk caught a bird and is eating it, but a crow is also interested in the prey.

This Cooper's Hawk is eating a bird it caught

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