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Red-shouldered Hawk Picture Gallery

The Red-shouldered Hawk.

The Canon EOS Digital Rebel single lens reflex (dSLR) camera was employed for most of the bird photos below. It was equipped with a  Sigma zoom lens 200-500 mm, sometimes with a 1.4 tele-extender. All photos on the page are downsized and compressed for loading speed. The high resolution 6.3 megapixel images are archived offline.

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Red-shouldered Hawks are spotted frequently in the marsh areas of SW Florida.

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Looks like it should have been called a red-HEADED woodpecker, right? Picture at upper right shows the belly spot of red for which it was named.

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Adolescent Red-shouldered Hawk is characterized by the lack of red.

 

 

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