Feathered Friday – 12 Hawk Photos

Three weeks ago, I finally remembered the awesome Feathered Friday tag that @melinda010100 has kept flying on the Steem blockchain, and did my very first post for it, naturally sharing some crow pictures. This week, I decide to flap over again – this time with 12 Hawk photos.

Oh, and don’t miss the post Melinda did this week for her Feathered Friday. She has some awesomely amazing captures of young Northern Flicker and his mom!

Now, here are my 12 Hawk Feathered Friday Fotos!


12 Hawk photos
Cooper’s Hawk hanging out on a rock

12 Hawk photos
Hawk drying out after a thunderstorm

12 Hawk photos
Mr. Hawk noticed I came outside with my camera

12 Hawk photos
Early morning visitor (Cooper’s Hawk)

12 Hawk photos
Mr Hawk stopped by on Father’s Day last year (2018).

12 Hawk photos
Mr. Cooper’s Hawk is apparently not a fan of the paparazzi…

…yet he hung around for quite a while, posing for pics.

A Hawk riding the contrails

Pair of hawks overhead

Another Cooper’s Hawk visit

Hawk overhead

Mr Hawk flying in front of the afternoon sun


Happy Feathered Friday!

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