|Red-shouldered hawk,. Courtesy of Wikipedia.|
Appearance: Peachy to red barred underparts, black with white banded tail, broad rounded black and white checkered wings
Song: A whistled rising kee-rah
Habitat: Tall woods near rivers or swamps
Nest: Stick nests built into the crotch of a tree
Trails it can be seen: Bear Trail; Five-Mile Bluff Prairie Trail; Ice Age National Scenic Trail at Straight Lake State Park; Lower Chippewa River State Natural Area Trail; Moose Ear Creek Trail; Snuss Trail (all trails in Wisconsin)
Learn about trail guidebooks available in the Hittin’ the Trail series.