[TN-Bird] Red-shouldered Hawk Nesting

  • From: Bill Grigsby <wgrigs@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Bristol Birds List <bristol-birds@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, tn-bird <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2010 14:22:42 -0400

There is an active Red-shouldered Hawk nest in a sycamore tree on the 
Kingsport Greenbelt behind the Boys and Girls Club. This is behind Rush 
Steet and Pratt's BBQ restaurants at the intersection of Pinebrook Dr. 
and E. Stone Drive. Red-shouldered Hawks nested in the same location 
last year. I observed one hawk on the nest moving around as if 
incubating eggs.

Bill Grigsby
Kingsport, TN
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