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Red-shouldered hawk: Radnor Lake, Nashville

August 8th, 2012 · Comments Off on Red-shouldered hawk: Radnor Lake, Nashville · bird identification

During today‚Äôs hike, Steve D. and I were treated to a close-up viewing of a previously injured Red-shouldered hawk (a broken left wing, I believe) now being raised by the staff at Radnor Lake in Nashville, Tennessee. “Red” — Red is my nickname for the redheaded park ranger girl I see more often than any […]

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Goose Builds Nest at Spillway Bridge

March 25th, 2008 · 6 Comments · canada goose, flowers, photography, Radnor Lake

Wow, the next few weeks are going to be fascinating — assuming things go swimmingly for the pair of Canada geese that built their nest on Monday (March 24) afternoon and into the evening. (Scroll down for YouTube video of the mother goose nesting.) What a location: the nest is about 15 or 20 feet […]

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