The Tufted Titmouse has similar colors to the Carolina Chickadee and they often hang out together. You may observe one at a feeder grabbing more than its share of Sunflower Seeds. The Titmouse doesn't eat all of them but stores some away from the feeder for later. Clever birds.
There is extreme variation in color within the Red-tailed Hawk species, making some identifications tricky. I believe this is a young light morph Red-tailed Hawk, but would welcome other opinions. The photo was taken in January in west TN.
I had seen some sparrows in tall grass and was hoping to catch them feeding. I couldn't find them when I got there but looked back as I often do. That's when I saw this Short-eared Owl and realized I wasn't the only one hoping to catch a sparrow that day.
I was trying to get a shot of this Tufted Titmouse but he was foraging almost out of sight in the deep leaf litter. Something scared him up on a branch just in time for me to take his photo, then he was gone again.