[Tweeters] Orange-Eyed Hawk

Larry Hubbell ldhubbell at comcast.net
Sun Mar 17 14:35:16 PDT 2013


Thank you for contributing to my education! I would never have guessed or even known to look to see that fledglings have grey-blue eyes. I would love to see your videos one day. I understand you are showing some of them in Hoquiam next Saturday.

Good Luck! I hope everything goes wonderfully!

Larry Hubbell

Videographer and birder Dan Reiff will be showing some of his
film of Snowy Owls and falcons on Saturday, March 23rd, at the Polson
Museum (1611 Riverside Avenue, Hoquiam, WA). The dessert social begins at
7pm. There is a $15 per person admission charge, which benefits the
Hoquiam-based non-profit, Coastal Raptors (www.coastalraptors.org).

On Mar 17, 2013, at 1:56 PM, notcalm at comcast.net wrote:

> Hello Larry,


> I have much video of Cooper's hawks at various stages of development. They are one of my favorite species. Even though- when recently asked for my ten favorite, I reluctantly stopped at 26.

> To add to your discussion of eye colors at different stages of development, I add: fledglings have grey-blue eye color.


> I enjoy your blog and photos.


> Dan Reiff




> From: "Larry Hubbell" <ldhubbell at comcast.net>

> To: tweeters at u.washington.edu

> Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2013 1:02:20 PM

> Subject: [Tweeters] Orange-Eyed Hawk


> Tweeters,


> In case you are wondering Ed Deal sent in an email that answers the question regarding the Orange-Eyed Cooper's Hawk. The update is about halfway through the post if you are interested.


> http://unionbaywatch.blogspot.com/2013/03/a-walk-in-park.html


> That sun sure is wonderful when it breaks through the clouds! Enjoy!


> Larry Hubbell

> ldhubbell at comcast dot net


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