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Sparrow hawk had one of these dive-bombing our hummingbirds!

For my momma, she loved Hawks. We would see who could see the next Hawk sitting on telephone poles while driving. Same kind of thing with kids and Bug-cars. Every day I see a Hawk, which is often, I think of my momma!

**Sparrowhawk Watch its movements to pass between tree limbs when it is in pursuit. It can teach you things about passing the opponent's limbs.

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The gorgeous, fast and deadly sparrow hawk. In relation to size, some of the largest eyes in the raptor world. Notice the streaks below the eyes. THAT'S where the pro football players learned that a smudge below the eyes reduces glare, improves vision.

♪ His eye is on the Sparrow...and I know he watches over me....♪

Nelson's Sparrow: Atlantic coast marshes of Canada and Maine, central Canada and north central U.S.

The American Kestrel, sometimes colloquially known as the Sparrow Hawk, is a small falcon, and the only kestrel found in the Americas.


.Reminds me of the burro, Alkali, that I had as a little girl. I could only walk him... not ride him! And, if he got loose - oh man, he would "tree" me!