That's right, on the web you can find videos of Red-tailed Hawks hunting at
dusk as vast clouds of bats emerge from their roosting cave. Here's one such:
The presence of multiple remains under the pole in the TCAT parking lot
suggests that this
Here's a link to a Naturalist's Notebook column by John Schmitt about observing
a Peregrine Falcon catching bats.
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Thanks, everyone, for all the links! Great stuff!
On Aug 11, 2014, at 7:58 AM, Tim Gallagher t...@cornell.edu wrote:
Here's a link to a Naturalist's Notebook column by John Schmitt about
observing a Peregrine Falcon catching bats.
From what I've read, the red-tailed hawk occurs in Central America but not
in South America. When I was growing up in the 1950s, I was a big fan of
Disney's True Life Adventure films, one of which was The Living Desert. Though
it's been about 60 years since I've seen the film, I have a clear
Birds of North America says that Red-tailed Hawk has been reported as far
south as Venezuela and Colombia.
On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 11:16 AM, Lindsay Goodloe l...@cornell.edu wrote:
From what I’ve read, the red-tailed hawk occurs in Central America
but not in South
I'm a bit slow in reporting this, because I saw the bird en route to Cornell
campus from the Lab of O and only recently got back to my office and computer.
The bird wasn't an in-your-face bird when I saw it, but I stopped at a location
that I often do when biking to campus
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