Belated response (sorry) -- I believe this is an immature Coopers Hawk. If
you go to Google "Images" and type in "coopers hawk," you will find some
identical twins of "your" bird.
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From: "Cynthia Crawford" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2007 1:51 PM
Subject: [VTBIRD] Broad-winged Hawk
> Have been seeing this Broad-winged Hawk in Norwich for several days now.
> is often on the ground or flies to a near-by tree, but not far. there may
> 2 of them. It calls from the trees as well. This is a small area- maybe
> 1/4 mile range. Unusual?
> Photos here: (not great, but identifiable)
> Cindy Crawford