By William S Clark; Brian K Wheeler; National Audubon Society.; National Wildlife Federation
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More bla c kish hrO\\"I1 coloralion, a nd usu ally s how ba rred tips on ouLer primari es. \'Villgtips rail quite short or lailtips. [a] LlGHT·MORPH JUVENilE. Similar to Krid e r's juvenile but has no whit e on base or upp erl<)il a nd s hO\\·s wid e dark m a lar s trip es and more bl ac kish uppe rpa rts. No te small clark spike 0/1 WI lI er of tips (~r tail 2. IIAHLAN feathers. IIiJiI 1'1. ,\ T f <; JUVENILE LIGHT RED-TAILED AND HARLAN'S HAWKS I . fl ED-TA I LED H AW K BULeojamllicensis P. 213 La rge wid es p ren d b ut eo.
Tav. rwin g covc rts a re da rk rufo u s a nd da rk bro wn . s of otl ter l'ri/lwries, a nd un ha nded w hitisl? AD-ON SILHOUETTE. Soa rs w ith w in gs in a stro n g dih e dra l. III P L ,\ 'I ~ ~ ADULT FERRUGINOUS HAWK PLATE 28 FEHHUGINOUS H A \<\' K Ruteore,i;(I/is P. 227 JUVENILE FERRUGINOUS HAWK Large buteo . Ferruginous Hawks have long. tapered wings, large ht'ads , wide ~l1pes. robust c hests. a nd legs feathered down to toes. UnJersides of ollter primaries ShOll' IUl/T()W darh lips . Light-morph ju ve niles in night show a darh line 01 1 theil' pallhs.
Slwu/der patches are nrfrms, but scapulars lack rufous "'
A field guide to hawks, North America by William S Clark; Brian K Wheeler; National Audubon Society.; National Wildlife Federation