Hawk Eyes

Red-tailed hawks have excellent vision; they can spot a mouse from 100 feet in the air. Hawks can see the colors that most humans can, as well as those in the ultraviolet range that humans cannot see.

Young Red-tailed Hawks, like the one pictured, have pale yellow eyes. The eyes darken to brown as the birds get older.

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    1. Thanks! I don’t have a special lens, just a simple Canon point and shoot. But, it does have a 40x zoom built in, which makes a big difference for me!🐦

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