Category Archives: hawks

Anatomy of a photo #38: Hawktopus

It was the middle of winter, less than two weeks past solstice, and there were rumors of whales in Tomales Bay. It was hard for me to put my kayak in the water before 4:30pm that week, but one day … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a photo (series) #50: Red-shouldered Hawk swallowing a snake head first

When a raptor eats a snake, or at least so my sources tell me, they often begin by positioning the snake so that they may eat it… head first. It makes sense really. The scales of a snake are designed … Continue reading

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