Bird Photo of the (Previous) Week

When I reviewed the photos from last week, I had just posted the pictures of the California Towhees mating. They were fun.

I also had the photo of the Forster’s Tern looking, at first glance, like it was flying upside down. However, since that photo was actually taken in December 2020, I decided not to count it.

There were the photos of the Bewick’s Wren feeding its fledged baby and the Canada Geese family swimming away from me. These were pretty good, too.

I asked Katherine what she thought. She didn’t answer; she spread her arms out and lowered her head. This was her imitation of a Red-shouldered Hawk flying toward me. I had to agree. He was worthy of Photo of the (Previous) Week.

Red-shouldered Hawk Taking Off from a Pine Tree. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV with TAMRON SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 A022, handheld, 1/3200 sec., f/7.1, ISO 1600. Natural Bridges State Park, Santa Cruz, California.
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