19 March 2008 10:30 AM. U of A. I went to university to look for Goshawk. At 10:30 AM. - Euclid and University Ave, was a mature Goshawk circling and flapping. The bird was probably female. OT- 20 seconds. EOB-100-150 feet.
I have 15 years of daily field work (weather permitting) observing raptors. For 10 of those years I have tried to get toward winter-pleasant weather by traveling, 1,800 miles toward the South.
This blog site will offend some readers.
As an aside: I am not interested what you have NOT seen. Although I want you on my side, I will not accept any donations or funding.
Everywhere I walk, bike, drive toward, shop, recreate, vacation, and reside, I turn into a hawk-watch site. That is how I have garnered 1,000 daily-sightings of Northern Goshawks. All field guides need to be modified to show the true story of Goshawk habitat, migration, and distribution.
Common Northern Goshawk (nonprofit) est. 2006