[TN-Bird] Immature Cooper's hawk visits

  • From: Dthomp2669@xxxxxxx
  • To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2010 16:16:19 EDT

Good birdy-day,
For the first time in two years, I saw an immature Cooper's hawk fly  down 
on my deck in the Charlotte Park section of West Nashville, Davidson  
County.  It must be a young novice at the hunting game, as it landed  with a 
and sent my feeder birds  and a chipmunk flying and scurrying  in every 
direction.  The bird flew up to a tree then over toward WSMV's  tower on Knob 
Hill just across five streets and I-40.    It  was "too embarrassed" to stay 
around for a photo session, but I have quite a few  photos of previous 
Cooper's on my deck.  They always make me joyous, so I  hope it comes back 
Dee Thompson

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