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    Default Cooper's Hawk

    I've interrupted hawks meal - there's prey in his talons:

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    Reminds the rest of us why we have a passion for this type of photography.Nice!
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    I agree. I like the second one best. I've gotten hawks before, but only a few in flight.

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    Nice shots, I have one and a sharpie in the yard everyday, but darned if they sit anywhere I can get a clean shot, if I can see them at all, the birds at the feeders sure know when they are there though.. I know by the pile of feathers they leave behind
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