Cooper's Hawk in Wayland
December 9, 2019
John Beard photographed this juvenile Cooper's hawk that became trapped in their Wayland garage attic. Alison Webber, a local wildlife rehabilitator, was able to remove the hawk and release it unharmed.
Cooper's Hawk in Sudbury
February 23, 2019
Heather Lambert photographed this Cooper's hawk in Sudbury. The hawk had gotten into Heather's chicken pen and killed two hens before it was shoed out and flew to the edge of her yard.
Backyard Excitement in Stow
March 14, 2019
Guy Washburn shares an account and photos of an interaction between birds in his Stow back yard:
"First we were enjoying the sight of a northern flicker resting in a small tree above the suet feeder.
Next thing we knew, a Cooper's hawk flew down with a loud cry and took him out. The hawk sat on the ground with wings spread for a while, clutching the flicker.
Suddenly a barred owl flew in and startled the hawk, which let the flicker escape! The hawk flew off and the owl stayed on the ground for a bit, then he flew up into a nearby tree and sat for several minutes before flying up into some nearby pines."
Cooper's Hawk in Framingham
July 14, 2016
Michele Matties photographed this Cooper's hawk in Framingham.
Wren and Hawk in Maynard
November 19, 2018
Gail Sartori photographed a Carolina wren and a Cooper's hawk in Maynard.
Birds in Southborough
October 3, 2018
Steve Forman photographed Canada geese, a Cooper's hawk, an eastern phoebe, and a palm warbler at Breakneck Hill Conservation Land in Southborough.
Backyard Birds in Sudbury
August 26, 2018
Sharon Tentarelli photographed a Cooper's hawk and ruby-throated hummingbirds in Sudbury.
Backyard Wildlife in Stow
May 30, 2018
Steve from Stow photographed a red-tailed hawk, a Cooper's hawk, a woodchuck, and a great crested flycatcher near his home.
Birds in Harvard
April 8, 2018
Robin Right photographed a Cooper's hawk with prey and a northern cardinal in Harvard.
Cooper's Hawk with prey in Lincoln
March 17, 2018
Ron McAdow photographed this Cooper's hawk that had just captured a dark-eyed junco near his home in Lincoln.