After snapping a few pictures of what I believe is the female of the pair, I spotted another RTH in the distance and decided to follow it. I searched in vein for 15 minutes before deciding to return to the female RTH. On my way back I managed to get a few pictures of a juvenile Cooper's Hawk stalking Woodpeckers in the woods.
After spending a few minutes with the Cooper's Hawk I return to find 2 RTH's perched in that same spot instead of one. Both are confirmed adults, both bearing brick red tails.
Male left, Female right
They turned their heads simultaneously, which caused me to turn mine as well
This juvenile must be one of theirs from 2010, otherwise he would have been chased from the area
I haven't yet found their nest, but I plan to add this pair to my list of Queens Raptors to watch for 2011!