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Hawk came to visit


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That is a really good picture of your hawk!!! Do you know what kind it is? Is it a Cooper's Hawk? It could be a Goshawk, because the tail underneath is not so stripey. Was it really big, or was it medium?

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I love Hawks

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It was a good size about 15-18 inches long.
We have had really small full grown hawks too.
Cute since they have the same tough little face.
Plus we get really big ones now and then. About 2ft high or more. They could get a small dog and big squirrels.

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Male goshawks are 18-22 inches tall and female goshawks are 23-27 inches tall. Going by the picture, if yours is a goshawk, it would be a youngster because adults look different. Their habitat is correct for your area.

I wish I knew more about hawks, so I could figure out what kind it is.

It could be a Coopers Hawk. They are the correct size, too.

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