Reader photo: Oak Bay birders, is this a White Tailed Kite?

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Linda Sheppard saw this hawk in her yard near Oak Bay village last week and thinks it just might be a rare sighting of a White Tailed Kite. There is a record of a kite being photographed last year so if any birders can confirm this species, Oak Bay News and Linda Sheppard would love to hear from you. (Linda Sheppard photo)

Linda Sheppard saw this hawk in her yard near Oak Bay village last week and thinks it just might be a rare sighting of a White Tailed Kite. There is a record of a kite being photographed last year so if any birders can confirm this species, we at the Oak Bay News and Linda Sheppard would love to hear from you.


 

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