Im in agreement with Ruben, classic head profile of a Sharpie to me as
well.Michael ToddJackson, TNSent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
-------- Original message --------From: Ruben Stoll <birdchaserrws@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 11/9/19 16:59 (GMT-06:00) To: hughbarger@xxxxxxxxx Cc: Tn Bird
<tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [TN-Bird] Re: help with Accipiter ID My take
on it is Sharp-shinned trying to do a Cooper’s impression. (There were several
present at the DRU this morning). I think I’m seeing a small head projection,
square looking tail that’s proportionally shorter than that of Cooper’s. The
bird itself also looks light weight. Ruben Stoll, Centerville Tennessee.On
Sat, Nov 9, 2019 at 4:42 PM Hugh Barger <hughbarger@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:this bird
was seen on the NTOS trip to the Duck River Unit of Tennessee NWR this morning.
We were uncertain as to whether it's a Cooper's hawk or a Sharp-shinned hawk.
We would appreciate input.-- Hugh Barger Nolensville TN