In a 30-minute spane, we saw multiple American Kestrels, a Northern Harrier, three Red-tails, at least one (banded) Peregrine Falcon and what we think was a Cooper's Hawk.
The raptors were strafing one another and, believe it or not, at times apparently working together to drive a flock of Canada Geese off the landfill.
Included above are shots of a Northern Harrier going after the Peregrine Falcon. (Both are endangered species in New Jersey.
Below are photos of the Northern Harrier with the Peregrine upside-down below her, as well as a Red-tail harassing the Canada Geese.
TOMORROW: Greg Gard's pix of the Peregrine eating prey in flight, plus a duel between the Peregrine and (likely) Cooper's Hawk.