Sounds like a juvenile. I have 4 of them bouncing around my yard right now plus the adults.
-----Original Message----- From: <aznmbirds-request...> [mailto:<aznmbirds-request...>] On Behalf Of Brian Enos Sent: Friday, June 22, 2018 3:15 PM To: BirdWG05 Subject: [AZNMbirds] 6.21.18 Tempe Cooper's Hawk (Immature)
In the 20 years I've lived near Mill Ave. and University, I've never seen a Cooper's Hawk in the summer. Yesterday at dusk, I heard a call I ddin't recognize. As I looked in the direction of the call, the subject bird flew under the carport and landed on the bikeport and sat there for about 5 minutes. The bird was real scruffy looking - fuzzy white feathers sticking out here and there, brownish back and reddish chest. I slowly walked up to about 6 feet from him - the bird didn't seem to care about me at all.