There is something wrong with the Osprey photo that I posted below. Can you see what it is?
I used a photo that I had taken a few years ago. When I looked at the photo, I thought that the plumage looked really nice and new and fresh. That had me wondering for a second and I looked closer at the eyes. They are red. The adult Osprey has yellow eyes. What I did in error was post a photo of the young Osprey that successfully fledged from that nest a few years ago.
Now, if you look at the Accipiter family, Sharp-shinned Hawk, Cooper’s Hawk, and Northern Goshawk, the young juvenile bird of that species has yellow eyes and then they turn red when they mature. Just the opposite of Osprey.