Hawk: 1 Snake: 0

And now I know that there are snakes in the grass (pun intended) at the park we often walk and photograph in.

Teri 📷

redtailed hawk, Ohio, Alum Creek Park

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12 Responses to Hawk: 1 Snake: 0

  1. Pit says:

    Not exactly a park for me. But then, there are snakes around everywhere here in Texas, aren’t they? nd I can’t sit inside all day. 😉

  2. Timothy Price says:

    The hawk got a good meal. I see out red-tailed hawks and black hawks with large bull snakes. The owls often get the smaller garter snakes, but I haven’t seen the owls with large snakes.

  3. Nancy says:

    Hopefully the hawks got them all!

  4. GP says:

    They are so beautiful when I see them flying around the neighborhood!

  5. Deb says:

    Good catch, both for the kite and you 🙂

  6. equinoxio21 says:

    Very good shot. That’s what we call “serpentaire” in French. I didn’t know you had them in the US. Seen them in Africa… Todo bien?

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