These two hawks are both juveniles from this year. Sadly, they were both hit by cars. One is a Sharp-shinned hawk and arrived on 9/3. He is suffering from head trauma and a fractured wing. The other is a Cooper's hawk, and arrived yesterday (9/8) bleeding internally, head trauma, and an eye injury. You can tell them apart by their size and the differences to their tail feathers. Sharps have more squared off tails and Coopers are more rounded off. Status: Cooper's hawk released. Sharp-shinned hawk released.