Harris’s Hawk in Colorado: Is it a Lifer or is it Unnatural?

This winter, we've had an unusual visitor to northeastern Colorado: a Harris's hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus). Normally a resident of southernmost Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, this chocolate-brown and chestnut-red hawk is far from home. Back in December, a friend told me about this vagrant* after the hawk had been reliably sighted roosting in trees belonging... Continue Reading →

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