• Shellie Dyson

    Cooper ’s -hawk photography

  • Katie King

    "A pair of young Cooper's hawks lives in the wooded hills around my home, sharing the territory with hundreds of squirrels and smaller birds. This hawk is familiar with the lens, the sound of the shutter, and my voice and presence. He is about to pounce, but not knowing how close he was to my cat I had to talk him off. The change in vibration of my voice startled him and eventually he decided it wasn't worth the risk and for me, it wasn't worth the shot."

  • Mangala Kilpadi

    Cooper’s Hawk Photograph by Mary Ann Bridge, My Shot. Ms Bridge says: A pair of young Cooper's hawks lives in the wooded hills around my home, sharing the territory with hundreds of squirrels and smaller birds.

  • Karen Thacker Brown

    Bird of Prey: Submitted by "My Shot" - Cooper's Hawk

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