Ferruginous Hawk/Eagle(Buteo regalis), bit of a scientific debate going on to wether these birds are Hawks or Eagles.
I have shown an image of Charlie before, He was rescued from a family who had no clue, subsequently stuffed into a cage made of chicken wire which was no more than two feet across! a bird should be able to stretch it's wings out unhindered minimum, so five foot minimum would be more like it.
Due to the appalling conditions he was kept in Charlie suffered awful damage to his wing-tip, needless to say all of the feathers were damaged, unfortunately he ended up with a dry gangrene in the wing-tip.
Charlie thankfully ended up being rescued and given to a Falconer who overtime has rid the bird of any disease, Charlie now looks so much better, the damage to the wing will mean he cannot fly, but at least he has a good home and regularly goes to displays where he is much admired.
He can actually fly a little now which is amazing, he will never be able to fly properly as the original damage was too bad.