George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views
 

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Identifier

sa2-074-04

Approximate Date

1915

Description

A black-and-white photo of a young Marsh hawk. Marsh hawk nests are typically on the ground, near water. They are made of dry grass and are around eight inches wide and two inches deep. Young Marsh hawks are born with a soft yellowish-white color, but after a few weeks, they turn to the brownish color of the mother. Young males are smaller than young females. The young leave their parents in the fall and then hunt together. This young Marsh hawk is backed up against the back of its nest. Tall plants surround the edge of the nest.

Physical Description

black and white photograph

Language

eng

Publisher

Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections

Rights

Copyright University Archives, Fort Hays State University

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Transcription

35129-16. The young marsh hawk who lived on the ground showed fight.

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