We hawks live in plenty of different habitats, but we have a few favorites. Oh my, where are my manners? I must have lost em’. Seriously, have you seen them? Hi, my name is Hawky Bob Accipitriformes but my blog name is Hawky Talky. Hawks like open areas with a high perch so that they can spot moving or dead food from above. Hawks will live in pine forests, normal leaf forests, forest edges, and open country such as fields, pastures, and swampy areas. Red-tailed hawks like being near one or many open areas. I like to hang out at the school playground. I can see all 140 people in this school. Or, at least I think there is 140 people in this school. I’m bad with math. I sometimes fly by a classroom window to goof off. I don’t pay attention!
Hawks have a distinctive look. Here are some tips to identify a red-tailed hawk. This is going to be fun! Red-tailed hawks have a rusty red tail, rounded wings and a hooked beak. We also have sharp talons. But that's not all! We have much more features that I would like to tell you. A red-tailed hawk has a wingspan of 4 feet skip this one( 1.2 meters ). That’s big!
Elyse AKA hawk person/3rd grader/Hope Valley Elementary School. P.S a great thank you to all my fans.
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Noah Robert Vandeveer is a really hyper 3rd grader. He also likes fake gore. He may have some strange traits for a 3rd grader, but he has a wild imagination and loves to have fun with his friends.
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Hank is a creative bookworm and is always looking for a good book . He is currently in 3Z at HVES.