Cooper Hawk – the Red bloody Eyes

Post on April 15, 2013 Cooper's Hawk Hawk BirdsRaptor

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Visited my old pal in the wood and found him perched with a kill but was well hidden in a shade. It’s really hard to capture the bloody red eyes on the male cooper hawk under indirect sunlight; but i caught him in a glimpse of moment when the head tilted.

  • Canon, EOS 1D Mark IV
  • EF 500mm F4L IS USM
  • ISO 800, 1/160, F6.3 ,mm
  • Farmers Branch, Texas
  • April 14, 2013
Male cooper hawk with a killer

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