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    Red-tailed Hawk

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    • Billie O'Toole

      Beautiful bird! Red-tailed Hawk. A pair of red tail hawks hunt in the park across the street from me. One day this summer, we had the hawks and a pair Mississippi kites hunting at the same time. It was interesting.

    • pixiescanvas

      Red-tailed Hawk also known as the red eagle on the north american plains...still a prized totem, considered as valuable as an eagle totem

    • Lauren Snell

      Red-tailed Hawk---Anyone who truly knows me,knows that I am fan of "Raptor Shows."

    • Andromeda

      I love our feathered friends ~ Red Tail Hawk

    • sandy turner

      Red-tailed Hawk also known as the red eagle

    • Laila Gallant

      red tailed hawk nature spirit animal

    • Liz Steenbeeke

      Red tail hawk (Photo uncredited)

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