Gray color Hawks perching along I-5 in No. Calif

by Steve Willis
(Northern California)

We travel up I-5 to visit the folks in Corning California. We usually can see quite a few Hawks perched long I-5 as we pass by the Rice and other Farm Lands.


Does anyone know what the name of this Hawk is?

It has a blueish gray back and a lighter, white-ish belly. They are always perching on a fence post or highway sign looking at open low lying fields.

Would love to know what the name of this Hawk is?

Steve Willis

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