With talons spread, a swallow-tailed kite closes in on an insect (center, upper right) for a quick bite on the fly. Anyone who sees one of these marvelous, soaring hawks is asked to asked to jot down the time, date, place, and behavior (such as flying or vocalizing), and relay the data – simply and easily – at stki.thecenterforbirdsofprey.org, calling 843-971-7474, or by U.S. mail to The Center for Birds of Prey, P.O. Box 1247, Charleston, SC 29402.
With talons spread, a swallow-tailed kite closes in on an insect (center, upper right) for a quick bite on the fly. Anyone who sees one of these marvelous, soaring hawks is asked to asked to jot down the time, date, place, and behavior (such as flying or vocalizing), and relay the data – simply and easily – at stki.thecenterforbirdsofprey.org, calling 843-971-7474, or by U.S. mail to The Center for Birds of Prey, P.O. Box 1247, Charleston, SC 29402. Merrill P. Irvin Courtesy photo
With talons spread, a swallow-tailed kite closes in on an insect (center, upper right) for a quick bite on the fly. Anyone who sees one of these marvelous, soaring hawks is asked to asked to jot down the time, date, place, and behavior (such as flying or vocalizing), and relay the data – simply and easily – at stki.thecenterforbirdsofprey.org, calling 843-971-7474, or by U.S. mail to The Center for Birds of Prey, P.O. Box 1247, Charleston, SC 29402. Merrill P. Irvin Courtesy photo

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