Lyle Anderson of the Park Point neighborhood took these pictures on Wednesday. A nice northwest wind was bringing migrating hawks and eagles overhead — way overhead. Lyle writes: "I was using a 70-300 lens with a 1.7 converter attached to that for a 35mm equivalent of 816mm for my Canon Rebel." I don’t understand that sentence, but I’m sure you photography buffs do.
Lyle didn’t have any trouble recognizing the eagles, but he wonders if there could be a red-tailed hawk in the midst. Any thoughts, raptor experts?
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