Apparently, the damp woodland nearby is an ideal habitat for Red-shouldered and Red-tailed Hawks. I see one almost every time I walk the creekside path, and this morning I spotted two. I just wish I could tell these birds of prey apart from the back. My main blip must be a red-shouldered as shown by the coloring. I'm not so sure about my extra. If I could see the breast area and look for the banding I wouldn't have a problem. I would appreciate any hawk experts out there who can help me out.