This red shouldered hawk gets a gold star for its camouflage technique. See it? It was pretty far away, and I doubt I would have noticed it, except that I watched it land. It would perch motionless on this utility pole for awhile, before soaring over a field, where it would search and search unsuccessfully for its dinner entree. Eventually, it would return to this spot and roost for a few minutes before starting the process all over again. A picture like this makes me wonder how many times I walk right by a cool bit of wildlife without even knowing it.