ID Help - Timeless Question: C. Sparrowhawk or B. Goshawk

Subject: ID Help - Timeless Question: C. Sparrowhawk or B. Goshawk
From: Andrew Stafford <>
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 22:15:31 +1000
After opening up the images (deliberately) without reading the rest of Harry's 
email, my first thought was (and remains) definitely Brown Goshawk. Seems to be 
some tail moult going on. The hooded effect Harry refers to is created by the 
strong light. The bird looks too strong and stocky for the much more finely 
built Sparrowhawk, but I acknowledge looking at images on a computer may 



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