Red-tailed hawks are gifted predators. Their preferred prey are field mice, voles and the occasional careless rabbit. And though full-grown males are said to weigh no more than 4 pounds, they have even been reported to take an immature groundhog or baby raccoon.
Red-tailed hawks are gifted predators. Their preferred prey are field mice, voles and the occasional careless rabbit. And though full-grown males are said to weigh no more than 4 pounds, they have even been reported to take an immature groundhog or baby raccoon. Michael S. Wirtz The Associated Press
Red-tailed hawks are gifted predators. Their preferred prey are field mice, voles and the occasional careless rabbit. And though full-grown males are said to weigh no more than 4 pounds, they have even been reported to take an immature groundhog or baby raccoon. Michael S. Wirtz The Associated Press

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