Red-shouldered Hawk (Buteo lineatus) visits bird feeder

Published in 1993

For the last three years a pair of Red-shouldered Hawks (Buteo lineatus) has nested in some vacant woods beyond our property. Occasionally, one of the hawks could be observed perched in a tree about 50 feet from bird feeders near our house that attracts birds, chipmunks and squirrels. A swinging feeder is 15 feet from the breakfast room windows and a sweet gum stump, about 18 inches high and 31 inches in diameter, is ten feet beyond the swinging feeder and serves as an additional bird feeder.

Author: Harriett Wright Findlay
Volume Number: 40 Year Published: 1993
Issue Number: 2
Page Number: 9

Link to article: 40 No 2 1993_p9.pdf
Link to the full issue of BirdLife: 40 No 2 1993.pdf