The Red-tailed Hawk is a large bird of prey which breeds from western Alaska and northern Canada to Panama and the West Indies. Males are typically smaller than females. Red-tailed Hawks have extremely good eyesight and can often be seen trees watching for the slightest movement in the grass below.
A famous Red-tailed Hawk is Pale Male, who live in New York's Central Park.
Earlier this week, the White House reported the sighting of a new guest on their famous grounds -- a juvenile Red-tailed Hawk.
Red-tailed Hawks are abundant across the United States, and have adapted ... more
The Red-tailed Hawk is a species of buteo hawk with a wide distribution across North and Central America. They vary in plumage, though generally all Red-tailed Hawks have dark upperparts and light ... more