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A red-tailed hawk peeks out from its large nest in the rocks high above the Sonoran Desert on the Marcus Landslide Trail in McDowell Sonoran Preserve in Scottsdale, Arizona

A red-tailed hawk peeks out from its large nest in the rocks high above the Sonoran Desert. When the eggs hatch and it is time for the young redtails to learn to fly, there will be no soft landings if they aren’t successful on their first attempt.

A distant view of a large red-tailed hawk's nest in the rocks high above the Sonoran Desert on the Marcus Landslide Trail in McDowell Sonoran Preserve in Scottsdale, Arizona

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