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All, I really want to reemphasize the points that Edge and Jean are making. If you chase this bird, please be aware that there are other similar-looking buteo hawks in the area. In particular, confusion of Kriderís Red-tailed Hawk and Ferruginous Hawk can be a problem. The same Kriderís Hawk that has been in the area for two months now is still there Ė saw it twice this morning near the location of the continuing Ferruginous Hawk.

If you report the Ferruginous Hawk, please do all you can to help your eBird reviewers by detailing the characteristics of the bird you see in your eBird reports. Those details should be sufficient to rule out other raptors, including Kriderís Red-tailed Hawk. And of course, photos are awesome if you can manage them.

Thank you as always,
Pete

Pete Monacell,
Jefferson City


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Adding to Jean's caveat, the FEHA is a light morph.  A dark morph Rough-legged Hawk has been seen recently in this area.
Edge Wade
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Be aware there are at least 3 Red-tailed hawks including a Kriders in the area.  Easily confused with the FEHA.

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