This Cooper's Hawk was busy looking for lunch. He took a couple of unsuccessful dives at something before heading off.
The sleepy little Saw-whet is still hanging out on his regular branch.
A young Red-tailed Hawk keeps a close eye on all the visitors.
Junior, perched in one of the usual spots, soon has some adult supervision.
A sleepy Northern Saw-whet Owl turns his head just long enough to see who woke him up. Reminds me of my kitty when she's napping.
The convention was well attended today. I counted 10 easily. (There are at least four in this picture)
Really glad I'm not a mouse right about now.
I think junior caught mom (or dad?) a little by surprise when he flew back to his perch.
A Snowy Owl decides the people with cameras and spotting scopes are safer than the hunters out on the foreshore.
And just *what* do you want?!?
Juvenile Bald Eagle
A Merlin waiting for her mate.
Merlins enjoying a sunny spring day.
Osprey with dinner
Osprey in nest
Bald Eagle - 3rd Year