We’ll spend three hours at Stratford’s Boothe Park’s hawk station sorting through the different groups of hawks, from falcons to eagles. Whether it’s a yearly tradition or a rare treat, vising this enchanting destination in Old Lyme is …

Red-tailed hawks use open fields and meadows for hunting and tall trees for nesting.

The cool beach breezes, salty ocean water, and charming bungalows are synonymous with vacation. These hawks will feed on small … They like to live in forests near open areas. HARTFORD >> A federal judge Monday postponed the sentencing of a New York man accused of capturing and killing red-tailed hawks in southern Connecticut, according to court documents.

Audubon Connecticut submits its data to the Hawk Migration Association of America. The Golden Eagle and Bald Eagle are the largest birds of prey in New England. Frank will address the finer points of distinguishing similar species such as, sharp-shinned from Cooper’s Hawks, Kestrel’s from …

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Seeing a Red-tailed before the 1950s was a wintertime treat.

Here are some thoughts on the Red-shouldered’s current status in Connecticut. Police are warning people in one Connecticut town that hawks are dive-bombing and even clawing at people’s heads. Where To Find It: As in my youth, Red-tailed Hawks are still easier to find than Red On a good day with northwest winds, or after a cold front, one may see a variety and large number of hawks such as eagles, kestrels, Sharp-shinned Hawks, Ospreys, Broad-winged Hawks, and Peregrine Falcons.

In Connecticut, red-tailed hawks are common. For many Connecticut natives, Hawk’s Nest Beach stirs up comforting childhood memories.

The Western CT Hawks are a women's tackle football team based in Danbury, CT. Our team is made up of passionate, talented football players who represent a wide range of ages, backgrounds, and experience levels. Most owls are nighttime hunters, with some exceptions such as the Northern Hawk Owl. The New England states are Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Rhode Island. These hawks are active during the day and are adept soarers.