Two hawks seen in the bronx botanical garden

by Eric
(Westchester, NY)

This whitish bird was seen in mid-day

This whitish bird was seen in mid-day

This whitish bird was seen in mid-day Brownish bird seen at dusk

Noticed these two hawks perched in some trees lining the children's area and the parking lot respectively. Seen in late November. I know red-tails have tremendous variability, and common things being common, I figured these were red-tails. But would love some guidance as to what they really may be.


Thanks!

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I believe you are correct.
Susan

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May 07, 2012
Juvenile RT Hawk
by: Anonymous

I believe this is a juvenile RT hawk, which I saw Saturday at the Bronx Botanical Garden.

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