The incubation process varies across species. Red-tailed hawks are one of the more common hawk species. Their eggs take around 28-35 days to hatch. In addition, not all eggs will hatch at the same time or day.
This depends on the species of hawk. The Red-Tailed Hawk incubates its eggs for 28-35 days. The eggs are white and speckled with brown or purple markings. Other hawk species have similar incubation lengths. The Red-Shouldered Hawk incubates its eggs for 32-40 days. Cooper’s Hawk is 30-36 days.
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