The young red shoulder hawks have really been busy...feeding their offspring. They raise two or three sets of twins or triplets each year so there is this constant screeching from either the parents coaxing the young ones out of the nest or the young ones begging for food after they have left the nest. I'm not sure if this one is a parent or the offshoot. I saw it because I was attracted by the loud noise they make. This old light pole has been a favorite landing spot for years as it is a good place to spot a lizard or frog.