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This good looking hawk is now a resident of our neighborhood. I think he is a juvenile, red shouldered hawk or juvenile sharp shinned hawk. I may not be close. I need ya'lls expert help. I live in a subdivision at Lake Livingston in Livingston, Texas.
Not worried about my adult chickens but had a hen hatch some chicks that are running around my yard..
Just moved here last year and we are sure enjoying all the birds around here..and they sure love all the food they get. We have birdfeeders and humming bird feeders..also planting what we can for the butterflies and bees.
Ah, that is wonderful. The chicks and all your birds. When we moved out to the country and started paying attention to the birds and later bugs, it is amazing what we have. We are doing the same with plants native to our area. I found a new moth and butterfly today.
That is so neat, Jokenna. We've had snakes come to the bird bath and other critters. After I found out our county has no venomous snakes, I appreciate them a little more. I do not have to get nervous when one crawls into our mud room. Had that happen once.