On an afternoon walk in the Bear Creek Greenbelt I spotted three adult Red-tailed Hawks in a single bare tree. Two of them, on the left-hand side of the tree, were very vocal–they appeared to be screaming at each other. The third, by itself on the right-hand side of the tree, was quiet.
After looking at the pictures, I saw that one of the two vocal ones was banded–the resident female. I did not recognize the second vocal one or the third one, both of which have lighter eyes, indicating they may be younger adults.