Christmas with the Raptors IV

Did I mention that one windy day this fall, I saw four Red-tailed Hawks at the same time from the windows? They do love to face the wind and float.
Here’s a Red-tail on the Twitter-famous car service antenna, the highest perch for blocks. Here’s a Peregrine.
Cooper’s hawk.
Red-tailed, Peregrines, and Cooper’s hawks are uncommon up here on the antenna. More typical is the local male American Kestrel, usually seen there every day. Here he has some company, a couple of American Crows (IDed by their voices).
Here, from a bit closer.

And some extras for Nittel Nacht!

2 Responses to “Christmas with the Raptors IV”


  1. 1 Doris Karnila December 24, 2020 at 1:52 pm

    A merry Christmas to you and you family. Thanks for the last year full of photos and commentary.

  2. 2 Monica M December 25, 2020 at 8:09 am

    Happy Christmas Matthew. Another great year in pictures! Thank you.


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