Other than the eagle, few predators are as as graceful and magnificent while flying as the hawk. Here are some pictures of hawks flying.
This picture shows a hawk flyiing with it’s wings completely spread out.
This is an awesome picture of a hawk swooping down with its talons out ready to grab its prey. It could be about to capture a field mouse or possibly a fish. I would hate to see this sight if I was a small animal looking up in the air.
Here’s a photo of two red-tailed hawks flying in the air.
Here is another angle of the hawks flying in the air, but this time they are coming straight at you! Notice the massive wingspan of the bottom hawk.
This website will be all about one of my favorite birds, hawks! We sill explore the different types of hawks and show you pictures of each kind so you will be able to identify different kinds of hawks when you see them. My hometown school has adopted the Redhawk as its mascot because redhawks, red-tailed hawks, and red-shouldered hawks are prevalent around this part of the country.
For my first post I’d like to post some close up pictures of hawks’ faces. I’ve always been fascinated by the head of hawks.
Here’s a picture of a hawk’s head and he’s looking right at you, face to face.
Here’s a picture of a grassland hawk’s head and face.
Here’s a picture of a hawk’s head extremely closeup. You can look right into his eye. Now you can see why people have the nickname Hawkeye.
Here’s another picture of a red-tailed hawk’s face from a different angle. You can see the curve of the beak really good in this photo.