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Photo: Red hunter in the pines

North America’s most common hawk – the  red-tailed hawk – is a scary, circling sight for creatures on its menu.  Outdoors photographer J. Foster Fanning of Curlew captured this powerful image of a redtail landing in a ponderosa pine at Curlew Lake State Park.
North America’s most common hawk – the  red-tailed hawk – is a scary, circling sight for creatures on its menu.  Outdoors photographer J. Foster Fanning of Curlew captured this powerful image of a redtail landing in a ponderosa pine at Curlew Lake State Park.


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