Date: 1/6/19 12:53 pm
From: Bill Clark <raptours...>
Subject: [texbirds] Re: Harlan's Hawk in Chambers County, two birds?
Hi David,

Indeed two birds. The top one is an adult and the bottom one is a
juvenile, both Harlan's.

Cheers,  Bill Clark

On 1/6/2019 2:20 PM, David Sarkozi wrote:
> Yesterday while birding Chambers County with John Berner, Drew
> Dickert, and David Hanson we found a Harlan's Hawk (Red-tailed Hawk)
> soaring over FM1941 right before the road turns east/west. This bird
> is 5.5 miles straight line from the Harlan's I found Dec 20th on the
> Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge Entrance Rd. Looking closely at my
> photos this could possibily be 2 different birds, the Jan 5 bird
> appears to have a significant amount of white in P10 (last primary on
> the wing). The Dec 20 bird which looks like it has a mostly dark P10
>
> IMG_9837-Edit.JPG
> IMG_9476-Edit.JPG
>
> --
> David Sarkozi
> Houston, TX
> (713) 412-4409 twitter ID dsarkozi

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Bill Clark
Harlingen, Texas
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