Pictures of Red-Tailed Hawks.
The Red Tailed Hawk is an extremely common hawk found through out North America and Mexico. It is the most common hawk in North America. The Red-tailed hawk has brown and black wings with white underwings. It has a white belly with dark streaks throughout. It's head is a lighter brown, streaked with white. It has a reddish tail that varies in shade. Baby Red-Tailed hawks have a dark brown tail with a black band.
The Red Tailed hawk eats a wide range of prey, from insects to small to medium rodents, small birds and bats and fish. It will eat its larger prey on the ground and perch to eat a small meal.
The Red Tailed hawk mates for life. They offer one brood of 2-3 eggs per year. Babies stay in the nests for up to 46 days.