Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Cooper's Hawk in our Patio

The Cooper's Hawk visited again. Here it is on the posts that supported our old diving board:



13 comments:

Cheryl said...

I love the second photo! It looks like he is ready to take a dive. Just found your blog and I am really enjoying it! I'm a fellow desert dweller.

Endment said...

What a delight to have a view like this.
Hope you will be posting more soon (I know - I shouldn't talk) but I love your blog.

Cheryl said...

Hello again! Hey, I tagged you for book tag! Here are the rules:1)Grab the nearest book; (2)Open the book to page 56.(3)Find the fifth sentence.(4)Post the text of the next two to five sentences.(5)Don't dig for your favorite book, the cool book, or the intellectual one.Pick the Closest.(6)Tag five people to do the same.
Come see my blog for a sample! I'm sure you have something interesting that you are reading! LOVE your photos!

Mezamashii said...

Look at your little friend! Lovely pictures on your blog!

kerrdelune said...

Sigh.... what a gorgeous bird!

BirdingMom said...

We had a Cooper's Hawk today cruisin' past the bird feeder and over the yard a few times. Seems to be a young one as our regular Cooper's Hawk is larger, and has more distinct markings. I have so much trouble with immature raptors!

Rain said...

I always love to see the hawks even knowing they are after my also favorite little birds. On driving home from town they seem to space themselves about a mile apart and never are there when I bring a camera so I much enjoyed your photos

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如此動感的blog!!!..................................................

方便 said...

河水永遠是相同的,可是每一剎那又都是新的。..................................................

與毛 said...

Since it is the early worm that gets eaten by the bird, sleep late.............................................

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kerrdelune said...

Gorgeous bird - I just love the "Coopers".

Patricia Lichen said...

Oooh, nice! I had a sharp-shinned that came around every year (I'm in Oregon). It came for the birds that liked my feeder. I've read that hawks patrol backyard feeders like traplines.