Birds - Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawks have a dark mark along the leading edge of the under wing, between the body and the wrist. Most but not all color variations have a dark band across the belly. In most Red-tailed Hawks, the adults' tails are rusty red above, and juveniles have narrow brown and pale bands.
The length of the Red-tailed Hawk can be up to 22 inches and 50 inches in width.
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