You may remember when I wrote about the Cooper Hawk who built a nest in one of Rick's trees. The babies are hatched -- and they are big!
We think there are four but maybe only two. We've only seen two at a time.
They're getting larger now, and starting to roam farther afield.
When they were younger, there was the constant high-pitched squealing of their call, all day! It sounded cute when we listened on the porch. (But Rick says when you're trying to work in your office all day and concentrate, it's not quite as much fun!)
They'll often sit on the edge of the fire pit or on an old BBQ in the back of the yard, no longer functional but a fine spot to check things out.
They also have a few favorite trees they seem to choose and they seem to enjoy hanging out together.
I'll miss them when they've gone!
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