Last Thursday afternoon I spotted a somewhat larger bird than the usual cardinals, robins, catbirds and finches that entertain us. It looked like a hawk so I took a few shots through the widow and went outside to get some closer shots and it flew away. A little later I looked out again and there were 2 hawks, one in the birdbath and the other on the ground. So a few more photos and the hawks flew. Another 20 minutes and I noticed one hawk had returned AND a squirrel was heading for the birdbath for a drink. It then headed for the fence. (The squirrels think our split rail fence is an aerial tramway for their convenience.)
At the top of the post, SURPRISE! Squirrel made a quick retreat to hide on the lower rail. The hawk flew off to join its mate.
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