by Kathleen W. Deady


Other books in Predators in the Wild series:

Great White Sharks
Grizzly Bears


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Published by Capstone Press
(Capstone High-Interest Books,
Predators in the Wild Series)

Spring 2002
ISBN: 0-7368-1064-1
32 pages
Reading level grades 3-4
Interest level grades 3-9

Did you know?


The shape of a hawk's toes tells what it hunts.


Hawks see more shades of color than
people, which helps them see animals that
 are the same color as their surroundings. 


A hawk can see a mouse from 
300 feet up in the air.


Read about a hawk's specialized body
shape, hunting techniques that help it
capture and kill its prey , how hawks
are important in the balance of nature, 
and much more. Plus myths versus
facts about hawks!


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