Hunting with Hawks
Hawks have a reputation for being keen-eyed hunters. That's where the expression "hawkeyed" comes from. These carnivores are often flying high above the earth or sitting still on a towering perch, waiting for movement below. This book allows readers to take flight with many different kinds of hawks. They'll learn the difference between the two groups of hawks, ambushing and soaring, and the adaptations that make each exceptional predators. Fun facts and vivid photographs bring to light the unique features of these birds of prey.