Red-shouldered Redux

This time, the bird is perched on one foot, with the other held up in the feathers and just peaking out.
In the Dell, where there are several feeders, hence song birds, hence potential meals.
Buteo lineatus means striped hawk, evidently for the stripes seen on the wing from above (?). These birds are renown as snake-eaters; one of the first I ever saw was perched up in a tree eating a snake at Great Swamp NWR. But like all the raptors, they’re flexible in what they’ll eat.

A couple of times recently, I’ve found a Red-tail Hawk (here the bird above) shadowing the Red-shouldered.

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