Show & Tell – C Hawk   16 comments

My Show &  Tell for this Friday is my new feathered friend Mr. C Hawk:

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Click on his picture to read our story!

Now, head on over to  There’s No Place Like Home to enjoy more Show & Tell.

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Posted July 19, 2007 by Lana G! in Birds, Photo, Show & Tell Friday

16 responses to “Show & Tell – C Hawk

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  1. Way neat! I get to comment twice, once there and once here!

    I am truly grateful that it was a hawk instead of a rattlesnake!

  2. Will you visit Mr. C. Hawk at the wild bird rescue station or will they keep you posted on how he’s doing now?

    I’ve never seen a little hawk so close!

    Best wishes from Germany,
    Anita

  3. He is quite impressive. Very cool photo. Thanks for sharing.

    Take care,
    Connie
    My show and tell is up.

  4. What a great picture

  5. Wow, isn’t he beautiful? God’s creations are so precious to me. Thank you for sharing!

  6. He is beautiful. What a special story. So glad that he is safe!

  7. I posted on the story site too!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Linda

  8. I really like little C hawks new name…

  9. Oh wow! What a beautiful creature! I’m glad you were able to find help for him before some mean person came along and tried to hurt him!

  10. That is a wonderful story, Lana! You must have been so surprised to see him, he is very handsome and I’m glad to hear he was rescued!
    Kelli

  11. Wait till I show this pic to my hubby – he is very interested in birds from all over the world. We have our own wonderful species here in Australia, but still love to see different birds from overseas.
    Great photo too!

  12. That is really neat. You don’t often get those types of experiences.

  13. He is beautiful! So glad he is in a safe haven.

  14. How neat. Glad he is save.

    Thanks for sharing and have a blessed weekend.

    Lyndy

  15. I’ve neveer seen one that close up before! What a unique and intersting story! Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend!

  16. That is a neat close up photo of the hawk.

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