Date: 11/29/19 7:51 pm
From: Lynn Thompson <lynnm.thom...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Sauvie Island (Columbia Cty.)Light morph Harlan's hawk
I saw this hawk twice today on Reeder Rd. It was sitting high in the same
tree. Thanks for the great pics! Could dark morph Rough-legged Hawk?

On Mon, Nov 18, 2019 at 8:02 PM Jack Williamson <
<jack.williamson.jr...> wrote:

> I have more questions than answers after reviewing a few images
> (presumably) of the same bird first found by Ed McVicker then refound by
> Tom McNamara 16 November.
>
> I have labeled the following field marks for [+] and against [-] a
> Harlan's Id this evening after reviewing images captured earlier today
>
> [-] Lack of Feathered tarsi
> [+] Outer primaries appear boldly banded
> [-] Absence of a dark belly band
> [-] Patagials not larger/bolder than other species in the area
> [-] Absence of longitudinal black streaks on retrices
> [-] Forecrown not distinctly whiteish
> [+] Yellow cere
>
> Looking forward to learning what I have not seen but should have.
>
> View the full-screen slideshow for the best resolution.
>
> https://adobe.ly/346t2UI
>
>
> Jack Williamson
> West Linn, Oregon
>

 
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