The red-tailed Hawk also known as Buteo Jamaicensis (Latin Binomial Name) is located all across the United States and a very common bird. It has very broad, rounded wings and has a short white tail, usually white pale bottom and cinnamon red above it. They eat about 80% of small mammals like rabbits, hares, & squirrels. It doesn't really migrate but stays in the same area, they are very protective in their area and also breed the same place. When females lay eggs they usually lay about 1- 5 eggs.