Wednesday Wings: Swainson’s BIF

Posted By Bob Lefebvre

Last week I was in one of our large Calgary parks, and there was a pair of Swainson’s Hawks. There was a stiff wind from the south, so I was able to get pictures as they soared almost motionless over my head. One of the birds is an intermediate to dark adult, and the other is a light hawk that looks like it is just coming into its adult plumage.


There was a little corvid harassment...

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