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The red-tailed hawk, which is the most typical hawk in the U.S., has only a handful of predators, including the red fox, the raccoon and the great-horned owl. Hawks are known as raptors or birds of prey, and are typically the predator instead of the prey.

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Hawks live in swamps, woods and forests throughout North America, Central America and the West Indies, according to National Geographic and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Hawks are also able to adapt to many different locations and have been known to live in urban sett...

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With the exception of red foxes, great-horned owls, raccoons, larger hawks and eagles, very few animals eat hawks. Hawks have few natural predators, as they are at the top of their food chain.

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According to National Geographic, the habitats of red-tail hawks, which are the most common hawks in North America, are lofty perches that allow them to look out for potential prey. They are often seen atop utility poles and in open areas, such as fields and deserts.

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A baby hawk is called an eyas. Male hawks are called tierces, while female hawks are called hens. A group of hawks is known as a kettle, a cast or an aerie.

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The War Hawks were a group of Jeffersonian Republican politicians who advocated declaring war on Great Britain in the first decade of the 19th century. They were largely successful in persuading other members of Congress, and on June 18, 1812 the United States declared ...

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To feather the hair, cut it with long layers and pointed ends. Blow dry the hair away from the face with a round brush, curl the hair in vertical sections, and pull the curls into feathers.