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Broad-winged Hawk and frog

Posted by: Jim Williams under Bird biology, Bird identification Updated: May 6, 2014 - 11:28 AM

Broad-winged Hawks eat frogs. This one was delivering take-out captured in our pond. The hawks are nesting a couple of yards down the street. The day this photo was taken we watched the hawk visit and pond and its marshy edges three times. We have chorus frogs, Spring Peepers, Wood Frogs, and Leopard Frogs out there. The meal looks like a Wood Frog.

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