Monday, November 4, 2019

Sharp-shinned Hawk

Kobae, Jax, and I are all sleeping on the front porch when a white-tailed antelope squirrel sounds the alarm that a predator is coming. I assume the fox has returned but none of the white-taileds are looking up the road where the fox approaches from. They are looking at the dead Cottonwood tree. There's the sharp-shinned. It's a male, smaller than the female, and looking for a Colorado chipmunk or songbird meal.

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