Hawks, Honkers & Hoots
A BIG Surprise
We've had Trek since the spring of 2014. When we adopted Trek we were told that Trek was a male, well, this spring Trek laid an egg and we were all shocked. As Swainson's Hawks go she's small for a female so it made sense that Trek was a male. We've had all our other birds sexed via a blood test but never felt we needed to when we got Trek, we figured the Falconer knew. So we've always called Trek a "handsome boy" now we're having to change all that when we address him...oops, I mean her. :) We're happy to have learned that Trek is a female, now we call her our "beautiful girl".
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
We've been at our current location for seven years now and only one other time has it snowed here. The snow brings a new beauty where the Bird Ambassadors live. It was cold but they are well cared for and it didn't seem to even affect them.
We want to thank all of you for your support throughout the year, we couldn't do it without you. We really appreciate all that you have done for Hawks, Honkers & Hoots. We have a very busy 2019 ahead of us, we look forward to seeing you all out at one of our many presentations. Be sure to come say hello, we love to see you!
Help Support Hawks, Honkers & Hoots
Our mission is to inspire respect for local and migratory birds through customized and entertaining educational programs.
We are a 100% volunteer 501c3 organization that wisely uses donations for the care of our birds and development of educational items. There are many ways that you can donate to us; you can use PayPal, write a check or give us cash. Also, if you'd like, you can buy food for our wonderful Bird Ambassadors through our account at Layne Labs. We truly appreciate your consideration when making a donation.