Red tailed Hawk checking out the activity here in the garden.
Young Bald Eagle.Not the best shot! Two young bald eagles came over to where I was to check out all the activity.
Turkey Vulture flying near down in the canyon. I was walking the canyon rim,turkey vultures were curious!
Owl. This owl I photographed on the other side of town from the other owl I photographed.
Red Tailed Hawk checking out our backyard.That is the power line to show you how low it was flying checking us out
Bald Eagle.Not a great shot.This one is resting on a established Osprey nest.
Colorful bird of prey.Captured this photograph here in our town. We are known for the birds of prey here.
Here is another shot of that hawk who has been hanging out here scaring the crud out of the songbirds.
Sharp-shinned Hawk. Got a up close and personal view of it just a little bit ago.
Taken here in Jefferson County Oregon.This pair has been showing up at this spot for several yrs now.
Mt. Jefferson is in the background on this smokey day of this harrier hunting.
Got this shot on my walk I just got back from. This owl was right in my face!! I am sure heard me coming.
Here is another of the wild hawk. I talk to them, and they obviously hear me talking to them.
Wild hawks get used to seeing me around. However this hawk was just to relaxed! Could have been a little afraid
Ticket from fed government for picking up a bird of prey feather. Who would of thought?? Dint know it was illegal.
Eagle.Sometimes wildlife does not care what you want.Got to work with them....Oh well, there is next time!
I was getting this young hawks portrait but he just had to ruin it putting his wings up!!
Bald Eagles are being seen more and more all over the USA. This one is at their nest.
This tree was very popular with some of the birds of prey.Even had a nest in the center.Burned down.Accident ??
Why we were being dove at by adult red tailed hawks yesterday is this bird. The adults were protecting it.
Red Tailed Hawk flew over the house yesterday.Sorry my watermark goes in the center of the pics automatically.
This bird was so curious as to what was going on in my yard!
Close-up of a Harris's Hawk.
Falcon or Hawk, what do you think?
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