“Just happened to look out my window today and saw this hawk sitting on top of our mulberry tree!” says Alysha Kotlan.
An oxymoron for sure but if a raptor could be considered adorable, I think this juvenile Red-tailed Hawk would certainly qualify. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
This little guy is a regular visitor to the tree in front of our apartment. Submitted by Ian Strachan.
This juvenile Red-tailed Hawk was hunting at Bayfront Park on a Sunday morning, when he (or she) provided me an irresistible photo op! Submitted by Melanie Howarth.
While photographing the birds and Fall colours at Bayfront Park, this beautiful hawk landed on top of the light post for his photo op! Submitted by Susanne Swayze.
This beautiful hawk was seen in the Red Hill Valley, Mount Albion Conservation Area. Submitted by Michael Hunter.
While out taking pictures down at Grindstone Marsh, I just happened to look up and saw this immature Red-tailed Hawk flying over the pond. Submitted by Jeff Barbour.
As I was preparing lunch today, a Sharp-Shinned hawk landed in the tree above our bird feeder…eyes ever ready, one foot tucked up for warmth! Submitted by Kathy Pickering.
Spotting a hawk in the bush during a walk in the park, I managed to grab a shot before he flew up to the tree branches. Submitted by Susanne Swayze.
Tim Serneels took this picture in Tansley Woods, Burlington. What a beauty!