Red-wing on Red-tail

Orv Lehman has been watching and photographing a red-tailed hawk nest in Virginia with his Nikon P1 Pro digiscope kit.

I love how at first glance it looks like the red-winged blackbird is perched on the red-tailed hawk's head, but he's perched behind the hawk. If you look close, you can see some white fluff under the hawk, behind some of the sticks that make up the nest--that is the young hawk.

It's got to be annoying to have red-wings dive bombing you at the nest. Thanks for the fun photos, Orv!