Check out this gorgeous juvenile Harlan's Red-tail that Robert photographed (click photos to enlarge). The topside plumage is intricate, just a great looking bird and an excellent example of another variation in the endless variation of Red-tailed Hawks! I have seen a few with heavily "spangled" topsides (below) but none with quite so much as this. Anyway, thought I'd share it with Robert's permission, thanks Robert!
Labels: identification, raptors
THAT is a nice looking hawk! I love the variation among Red-tailed Hawks, but I really enjoy seeing what the next Harlan's Hawk will present.
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