Raptor Wednesday

Two young Red-tailed hawks of the class of 2020 were screaming their heads off the other day in Green-Wood. Because they were so close to the big pine nest, I presume that’s where they came from.
Opposite corners here. As far as I understand it, the young raptors were demanding meat.
One of the parent birds was nearby, berated by Mockingbirds and Jays. Interestingly, the smaller birds did not go after the mewling fledglings even though they were more out in the open.

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