I got a great opportunity to photograph a Hen Harrier Hawk the other day (also known as a Norther Harrier) setting on a log waiting for it’s prey.  I never realized how patient a bird of prey could be to get it’s next meal.  I wanted to share with you below some photos that I took after this hawk had been setting there on the log for over an hour.  These pictures are of the stretch that I witnessed.

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I never realized a bird could get in those positions.  To read more about  the Hen Harrier read The Attack.

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