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Harry’s hawk BY PABLO SALAS

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Harry’s hawk BY PABLO SALAS

  1. 1. HARRY’S HAWK
  2. 2. THE EAGLES by Pablo Salas Bermejo
  3. 3. PRESENTATION WHAT IT’S IT? THERE ARE MANY TYPES OF BIRDS OF PREY. SOME HUNTERS USE BIRDS FOR HUNTING. THEY ARE CALLED FALCONERS.
  4. 4. I HAVE FOUR HARRIS’S HAWK AND A FALCON IN MY GARDEN BECAUSE MY FATHER IS A HUNTER. WE ARE GOING TO HUNT WITH OUR DOGS AND BIRDS.
  5. 5. WALLACE THIS IS WALLACE, MY HARRYS’S HAWK  HARRIS’S HAWK IT’S A MEDIUM-LARGE BIRD OF PREY.  THEIR LIMBS ARE TWO WINGS AND TWO FEET WITH STRONG TALONS TO CATCH ITS PREY.  THEY HAVE DARK BROWN PLUMAGE.  IT HAS A SHARP HOOKED BEAK. FEMALES ARE MORE LARGE THAN MALES FEMALE 1029 GR MALE 710 GR
  6. 6. WHERE THEY LIVE?  THEY LIVE IN SEMI-DESERT AREAS  HARRIS’S HAWK ARE PERMANET RESIDENT AND DON’T MIGRATE.  THEY MAKE THEIR NESTS IN LARGE TREES.
  7. 7. HOW THEY REPRODUCE?  THEY ARE OVIPAROUS  THE FEMALES LAY TWO TO FOUR EGGS EACH TIME.  THEY MAKE THE MOST OF THE INCUBATION.  THE EGGS ARE WHITE.  THE EGGS HATCH IN 31 TO 36 DAYS.
  8. 8. I LIKE MY PETS!

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