Mar 052013
 
Red-shouldered Hawk - River Legacy

A Red-shouldered Hawk observed in Arlington’s River Legacy Park. Observation Details County – Tarrant City – Arlington Date – Feb 23, 2013 Time of Day – Midmorning Temperature – Cold (less than 50°F/10°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Undeveloped-Wooded Type of Behavior – Roaming Gender – Uncertain Maturity – Adult Observer – Chris Jackson Main

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Feb 222013
 
Red-shouldered Hawk - VCDB

A Red-shouldered Hawk observed in the Village Creek Drying Beds in Arlington, Texas. Observation Details County – Tarrant City – Arlington Date – Feb 17, 2013 Time of Day – Midmorning Temperature – Cool (50-69°F/10-21°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Water-Bog/Marsh/Swamp Type of Behavior – Surveying Gender – Uncertain Maturity – Adult Observer – Chris

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Jun 052012
 
Red-shouldered Hawk - Nest Update 7

This observation is part of a weekly monitoring of an active Red-shouldered Hawk nest. Last week’s observation can be seen here: Red-shouldered Hawk – Nest Update 6 The three juvenile Red-Shouldered Hawks where unattended today when I arrived. These young hawks are very nearly ready to fledge. Their feathers have nearly completely come in. It

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May 302012
 
Red-shouldered Hawk - Nest Update 6

This observation is part of a weekly monitoring of an active Red-shouldered Hawk nest. Last week’s observation can be seen here: Red-shouldered Hawk – Nest Update 5 No adults were present at the Lake Highlands nest today. The three youngsters are growing rapidly and have mostly transitioned to their adult coloration. On several occasions they

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May 232012
 

This observation is part of a weekly monitoring of an active Red-shouldered Hawk nest. Last week’s observation can be seen here: Red-shouldered Hawk – Nest Update 4 A lot can change in a week! Today’s observation began with one of the three juveniles sitting high on the rim of the nest. Most of the eyas’s

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May 162012
 

This observation is part of a weekly monitoring of an active Red-shouldered Hawk nest. Last week’s observation can be seen here: Red-shouldered Hawk – Nest Update 3 When I arrived at the nest today there were no adults present. A juvenile could be seen, though, sitting high on the rim of the nest, hot and

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Apr 242012
 

This observation is part of a weekly monitoring of an active Red-shouldered Hawk nest. Last week’s observation can be seen here: Red-shouldered Hawk – Nest This Red-shouldered Hawk nest was first brought to my attention on March 23, 2012. It is unclear how long the nest has been active this season, but as of this

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