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We see Momma Hawk less frequently, but that's understandable. After weeks of feeding hungry babies, she needs some time to herself smile

My husband just came in and commented "Well, I finally found 'Miss Squawky Pants,' she's up in the camphor tree." Keetowah has taken perpetual squawking over for Redbird.


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This is just too cute not to share. We got home from the grocery store to a very noisy backyard. Keetowah apparently had a successful hunt and Redbird thought his little sis might just share a bit. NOT!

She's up in the live oak, squawking after every bite and mocking him smile
The nest rivalry continues...


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Haha! Don't you just love sibling love?! laugh

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I've never seen the movie "Snakes on Planes" but we've had several episode of "Snakes in Trees" lately. I guess the dry weather has them on the move for better homes and the hawks are finding them easily.

The old live oak in the back yard has very wide limbs, a nice spot for a leisurely meal.

Between the smoke and heat, we finally relinquished and turned on the air conditioners. We had 2 window units, 4 ceiling fans, 3 floor fans and the TV on yesterday evening. With windows closed and all the other noise, we could STILL hear Keetowah squawking outside.


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Your young lady hawk is not one to be ignored, me thinks.

I so enjoy your updates on these lovely hawks, Jane. You keep them so much a part of our lives. Thank you!



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