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Have you seen some kind of weird bird lately that you just have no idea what it is? Describe it in a reply to this page, and we will try to help you out! Try to include the things we discussed in class such as size, shape behavior, color, beak, eyes, feet... As much as you can!

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  1. Hawk/Bird of Prey:
    Nov. 12 2017 6:45 am D. J. Wilcox Preserve, Fort Pierce, FL
    First seen overhearad, no wingbeats at all gliding without any wobbling. While circling it would elevate in height and then gradually circle back down. Landed in a tall pine with long tail, brown kind of dashes on the chest, yellow/orange talons, Stripes on bottom long tail, Small in size, white mixed with the brown on chest mainly on chest not on under body or legs, potentially a cooper's hawk or a sharp shinned? Call not a coopers hawk though, singular call.