A tail feather of the red-tailed hawk, young, was found; therefore that species exists here.
The red-tailed hawk (Buteo borealis) of our illustration is young and shows the plumage of the immature form.
Mr. J. Parker Morris records a nest occupied first by the great horned owl and afterwards by the red-tailed hawk each year.
Nothing moved below, but a red-tailed hawk sailed across her vision.
One day as they fed on the near clover field a red-tailed hawk came swooping after them.
A red-tailed hawk soared in the valley below us and from the roadside we flushed flocks of mourning dove at every curve.
Standing there I looked down upon the back of the red-tailed hawk as he flew out over the earth beneath me.
After 10 minutes of this behavior, a red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) screamed as it flew overhead.
Standing there, I looked down upon the back of the red-tailed hawk as he flew out over the earth beneath me.
A red-tailed hawk once was observed to swoop down, seize a prairie dog and fly down the canyon.