1., 2., 3.
Adult Western light morph- January 10, 2006 - Cedar
Fort area, Utah County, Utah - ©NJDavis
4. Adult Western light morph - September 15, 2003 -
Hobble Creek, Utah County, Utah - ©NJDavis
19" WS 49" Adult -Underwing on most morphs have black
pattern extending from neck outward on leading edge of underwing - red
tail, stocky build. They are usually found on a
perch that will accommodate their large feet. Legs are yellow and
unfeathered. A white spotted "v" is usually visible on the back
of a perching bird. They have a streaked belly-band, dark eye(in
adult) and wings are
shorter than the tail. Juveniles have light eyes. There are
several variations of Red-tailed Hawks from light to dark , male,
female and juvenile plus a Krider's and Harlan's form.