So we have a resident hawk.
This awesome creature sits patiently on the stiles between our garden and our neighbor's, hoping to spot a rabbit or toad. Most commonly seen in the mornings when i'm sipping my coffee by the kitchen window. I have a feeling it's the presence of the gardens that is making the hawk come around. And we also suspect there's a hawk's nest somewhere out in the back. I took a few pictures a few days ago and they didn't turn out too good because I had looked out the window with the mesh screen (totally stupid!)
After a few identifications, I think we have ourselves a Red-Shouldered Hawk here. First of all, it's the most common one in these Eastern parts, and also it looks and sounds just like one... so
What do you think?