Seasonal Observations: Sharp-Shinned Hawk

Local birder John Tschopp keeps a close eye on the winged things of Pemberton, sharing his sightings with other keen ornithologists.

John Tschopp guides a birding activity

He was able to confirm for us that “Grumpy” (as shared on Feb 23 here at the Almanac) is a Great Horned Owl. And shares another sighting with us, of the sharp-shinned hawk. We look forward to sharing more of his expertise with you here.

Mid February, we had a guest over for dinner in our yard. It was a Sharp-shinned Hawk who found the small birds around the feeder attractive. The hawk stayed around for most of an afternoon, giving me plenty of time to take a picture.

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