Sunday, April 11, 2010

Harris Hawk

This image is a still shot from a video I took at the Desert Museum, near Tucson. It shows just how close overhead the hawks flew during the flight demonstration. A few of us felt the brush of feathers as they passed. Harris hawks are unique because they hunt cooperatively in family groups, unlike other hawks that hunt alone.

1 comment:

Shanti Perez said...

That's beautiful! I was at the same museum during the beginning of last May. Gorgeous scenery.


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