[Tweeters] ID Help

Hans-Joachim Feddern thefedderns at gmail.com
Sat Mar 14 22:30:39 PDT 2009


Looks very much like an American Robin with the red chest feathers. I
recently found a bunch of Varied Thrush feathers on a neighbors lawn,
where it met its demise. We have both Coopers - and Sharp-Shinned
Hawks in our neighborhood.

Hans Feddern
Twin Lakes - Federal Way, WA.

On 3/14/09, LINDA PHILLIPS <linda_phillips1252 at msn.com> wrote:



> Hello Tweeters

> This afternoon I flushed a cooper's Hawk as I walked in the Kenmore

> Elementary School Arboretum. As I continued on the trail I came upon a mass

> of feathers scattered in the trail.

> I think I interrupted the hawk as it was plucking its prey.

> Take a look at my pictures and let me know if you can identify what species

> it was.

> the first picture is as I found them on the trail. I brought some of them

> home and photographed them again.

> http://www.flickr.com/photos/16957255@N05/3354474545/in/photostream/

> http://www.flickr.com/photos/16957255@N05/3355295058/in/photostream/


> Linda Phillips

> lindaundrescorephillips1252ATmsndotcom

> Kenmore 98028-2616

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