The two Broad-Winged Hawk fledglings that we’ve been monitoring have left their nest and are now on their own, learning to be raptors by trial and error.

They’re almost fully camouflaged in the image here, which was taken on July 10; it’s the last image of them together. The following morning, the hawk on the right was gone; on July 12, the second had flown away. Here's how the one on the right looked on June 28:

They grow quickly. (Brooklin, Maine)