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Are You Cooking Eggs in There?

Are You Cooking Eggs In There?

I was cooking breakfast (and please don’t tell him I WAS cooking eggs) and he was on a tiny branch of my Cassia tree right outside my kitchen window. Of course, the eggs were put aside so I could take this picture.

Hawk at Window

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Comment balloon 24 commentsToni Weidman • August 12 2012 05:17AM


Oh that's beautiful! I'm not very good with identifying birds -Is he a red tailed hawk?

Posted by Wayne and Jean Marie Zuhl, The Last Names You'll Ever Need in Real Estate (Samsel & Associates) over 8 years ago

That is amazing!!!

Good thing you put the eggs aside!  LOL

Have a great day!

Posted by Collette Sarmento, 781*258*9718--Your Agent For Life (Cameron Real Estate Group) over 8 years ago

Good morning Toni. I can taste the eggs and wonder what kind of bird this is. Hard to make out the face. What is it? Do you know?

Posted by Sheila Anderson, The Real Estate Whisperer Who Listens 732-715-1133 (Referral Group Incorporated) over 8 years ago

It was spying on you right outside your window.  Great picture.  Hope you like the nosey neighbor.

Posted by Chuck Carstensen, Minnesota Real Estate Expert (RE/MAX Results) over 8 years ago

Wayne and Jean- we have red-tailed in the woods but he wasn't big enough or red-tailed enough. I'm hoping to get a better look at him sometime soon. I'm thinking he might actually be a female or juvenile red-shouldered hawk. We have lots of those in the area.

Collette - yes, I was in a rush to get my camera and might have lost breakfast. But then it would have been worth it to get that shot.

Sheila - see my comments to Wayne and Jean; he definitely is a hawk. I have another picture of his profile and he has a hawk beak.

Chuck - I love all birds and animals so I was thrilled with my neighbor.

Posted by Toni Weidman, 20+ Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL (Sailwinds Realty) over 8 years ago

Great shot.  I wish we could get pictures like that from our kitchen window!


Have a most productive week and be sure to have your camera in hand to capture the special moments.


Posted by Roy Kelley (Realty Group Referrals) over 8 years ago

Toni, You have so many friendly neighbors in New Port Richey stopping by to say hello!

Posted by Lawrence "Larry" & Sheila Agranoff. Cell: 631-805-4400, Long Island Home and Condo Specialists (The Top Team @ Charles Rutenberg Realty 255 Executive Dr, Plainview NY 11803) over 8 years ago

Too cute!  I think he was wondering if you had some caged rodent in there, and was willing to share:-)

Posted by Myrl Jeffcoat, Greater Sacramento Real Estate Agent (GreatWest Realty) over 8 years ago

He does seem to be watching you rather intently. You have a cat or small dog?

Posted by Than Maynard, Broker - Licensed to List & Sell - 405-990-8862 (Coldwell Banker Heart of Oklahoma) over 8 years ago

Toni, this would surely be a sight while cooking breakfast!     I only see the doves outside my kitchen window!

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) over 8 years ago

Toni: What a neat photo...maybe he was waiting to give you his breakfast order? 

Posted by Anita Clark, Realtor - Homes for Sale in Warner Robins GA (Coldwell Banker Access Realty ~ 478.960.8055) over 8 years ago

Wow!  That would startle me too if I looked up and was being "watched" like that, especially with the egg connection lol!  Gorgeous bird!

Posted by Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®, Giving Back With Each Home Sold! (RE/MAX Realty Center ) over 8 years ago

WOW... Great shot captured Toni!  From the look on your feathered friends face he knew you were cooking eggs :)  It's rare to get a good shot of hawks and you my friend have succeeded!  Now hope you and Craig are finished with a delicious breakfast and enjoy the rest of your Sunday.

Posted by John McCormack, CRS, Honesty, Integrity, Results, Experienced. HIRE Me! (Albuquerque Homes Realty) over 8 years ago

Roy - We have lots of lovely birds but I usually don't get them this easily.

Larry and Sheila - we do and we love it.

Myrl - little chance of that I'm afraid.

Than - I have 2 cats but they were snooziing in the living room.

Joan - we have doves too and that may be what he was looking for. They do attack and eat them.

Anita - Maybe he was :)

Kristin - I couldn't believe it; then I couldn't locate my camera and the eggs were sizzling. It was fun but I wasn't going to pass up the photo op.

John - it is rare to see them that close and peeking in your wiindow. Thanks.



Posted by Toni Weidman, 20+ Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL (Sailwinds Realty) over 8 years ago

Toni,  What a great shot.  He looks a little miffed about the eggs I'm afraid.  Looks like a young hawk to me.  We get so many behind our home.  They usually have feathers on their feet as well.  Don't ask me what kind they are.  I couldn't tell you.  I ony know the bunnies run for cover when they soar by.

Posted by Belinda Spillman, Colorado Living! (Aspen Lane Real Estate Colorful Colorado) over 8 years ago

Wow Toni,  I guess when I am cooking, I do not look outside to see what is watching me.  Good job, hope the eggs did not burn.

Posted by Will Hamm, "Where There's a Will, There's a Way!" (Hamm Homes) over 8 years ago


What an upclose and personal shot that is.  And what a beautiful teenager that hawk is...It definitely was worth stopping and taking a picture and thank you for sharing it with us. A

Posted by Ron and Alexandra Seigel, Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy (Napa Consultants) over 8 years ago

I would stop everything to get a good picture like that as well, Toni.  Funny that he was watching you cooking eggs.  Love the watermark on your picture.  I need to learn how to do that 

Posted by Jeanne M. Gavish, Keller Williams Realty Elite Partners - CIPS,GRI,S (Jeanne Gavish, Keller Williams Realty Elite Partners) over 8 years ago

Toni, he's trying to figure out how to get to you, to take revenge for frying up some eggs - you better be careful stepping outside the next few days :)!

Posted by Tanja Cisliek (Future Home Realty) over 8 years ago

What a beautiful photo of the hawk!  I hope her eggs are safe.  Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!

Posted by Jennifer Chiongbian, Real Estate Broker - NYC (Specializing in all types of Manhattan apts & townhouses) over 8 years ago

Wow! That is just cool. I would have tossed the eggs aside to capture this too. Love it!

Posted by Joni Bailey, Your Huntsville / Lake Livingston Area REALTOR® (101 Main St. Realty) over 8 years ago

Toni, that looks like a Coopers Hawk to me.  I had a couple of them hanging around my house in Illinois waiting for some of the birds that came to my feeders.  Pretty cool shot.

Posted by Nick T Pappas, Madison & Huntsville Alabama Real Estate Resource (Assoc. Broker/Broker ABR, CRS, SFR, e-Pro, @Homes Realty Group, @HomesBirmingham & Providence Property Mgmnt, LLC Huntsville AL) over 8 years ago


That is a great head-on shot of your hawk visitor. Very nice. :)


Posted by Steve Hoffacker, Certified Aging In Place Specialist-Instructor (Steve Hoffacker LLC) over 8 years ago

Thank you everyone;

Nick-I'll look up the Coopers Hawk and see if that could be him.  Thanks.

BTW, The eggs got tossed out and new ones cooked. :)


Posted by Toni Weidman, 20+ Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL (Sailwinds Realty) over 8 years ago

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