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Falcon 2- (Types of hawks)

All diurnal birds of prey eat some type of animal flesh, including reptiles, insects, fish, birds, mammals, molluscs, and carrion


Types of Birds of Prey

Types of Birds of Prey: Accipiters Relatively small, slender forest hawks with rounded wings and long tails that give them excellent flight maneuverability, such as Cooper’s hawks and sharp-shinned hawks. Accipiters are some of the most common backyard hawks and belong to the family Accipitridae, along with many other familiar raptors

"There are many types of Hawks found throughout the world and each has medicine specific to their individual types. Yet there also characteristics that are specific to all Hawks and those are the focus here. Hawks are visionaries and messengers. As a totem they help to open the higher chakras so that we may hear and see the visions and messages that Spirit and the Universe are always sending our way.


Elegant Montages Show the Beauty of Birds in Flight

The beautiful arc of a buzzard---a type of hawk---riding a thermal. "Elegant Montages Show the Beauty of Birds in Flight" Photography: Roy and Marie Battell


Day 98 of 365 - Pencil, pen, felt tip or chalk, "Draw a Picture of a Bird Day" is great fun for everyone. It’s very straightforward: simply draw a picture of a bird in tribute to our feathered friends, but if you fancy some diversity there’s actually a wide range of options. Draw a chicken or a chaffinch? Perhaps a peacock, penguin or puffin? If you’d prefer a goose, will it be of the Canadian, Red-breasted, Woods-walking or Spur-winged variety? And you’d be amazed by how many types of hawk…