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10 Best Hawk Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

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Is there a budding naturalist in your house who loves to gaze at hawks in the sky? Are you looking for some ways to get him up and close and personal with these birds, from the comfort of your home? If you are nodding along, then you should consider introducing him to our hawk coloring pages!

Hawks are common birds of prey that resemble eagles. They inhabit the Central America, North America, South America, Argentina, and Mexico. Kids marvel at the sight of hawks flapping their wings. There are around 20 different types of hawks. We’ll learn about some of the species through these magnificent coloring pages of hawks.

10 Magnificent Hawk Coloring Pages:

1. Broad-Winged Hawk:

The broad-winged hawk belongs to the Buteo, platypterus family. This medium sized hawk is native to the Columbia, Texas, and British Columbia. Female broad-winged hawks are slightly larger than the male broad-winged hawks. They are around 13 inches in size and have a wingspan of 40 inches. A distinctive feature of broad-winged hawks is their broad and short tapered wings.

2. Formidable Hunter:

Hawks are powerful fliers and hunters. In fact, it can see its prey from a mile high. They catch prey while flying and kill it with sharp talons. Hawks feed on rodents, moles, reptiles, insects, small birds and amphibians. They eat their entire prey, including the inedible parts like feathers, teeth, fur, and bone.

[ Read: Falcon Coloring Pages ]

3. Sparrow Hawk:

Here is a sparrow hawk coloring page, a small species of hawk belonging to the Accipiter genus. These hunting birds prefer living in confined spaces like gardens and dense woodlands. An adult, male sparrow hawk has bluish-gray wings, bright yellow eyes, long talons, yellow legs and brown-orange bars underneath.

4. Harris’s Hawk:

Has your child ever heard about Harris’s hawk? If no, then teach him about this species through our hawk coloring sheets. The Harris’s Hawk, or the bay-winged hawk, is a medium to large size hawk native to the Southwestern United States and Argentina. The most striking feature of Harris’ hawk is that is hunts cooperatively in packs of tolerant groups.

5. Ferruginous Hawk:

Teach your child about a new species of hawk with our Ferruginous hawk coloring pages. The ferruginous hawk is a large bird of prey belonging to the genus of the broad-winged hawks. This large bird resides in the arid grasslands, shrubs, and prairie. The Ferruginous Hawk has a light gray and white tail, a large, white head, and small legs.

[ Read: Vulture Coloring Pages ]

6. Cooper’s Hawk:

The Cooper’s Hawk is another commonly found hawk. The male Cooper’s hawk is around 18 inches, and the female hawk is 20 inches long. Cooper’s Hawks has a brown plumage with pale underparts. The adult Cooper’s Hawk has bluish gray while the young Cooper’s Hawk has brown tails with dark bands. These hawks inhabit in Mexico, Mississippi River, and Canada.

7. Common Black Hawk:

The Common Black Hawk belongs to the Buteogallus anthracinus family. These hawks are large birds of prey with length size ranging from 16 to 20 inches. They prefer thriving in an open air environment like grassland and woodland. Common Black Hawks are migratory birds and travel to Arizona and Mexico in the winter season.

[ Read: Eagle Coloring Pages ]

8. Atlanta Hawk:

The Atlanta Hawk is a professional basketball team based in Georgia that competes in the National Basketball Team. It is a part of the Southern Division league of the Eastern Conference. The team won its only NBA championship in 1958. Have your child color the logo in red and white, its signature shades.

9. The Hawk, Tinkerbell:

The coloring page features the Hawk attacking Peter Pan. Hawk is a minor antagonist of the film “Tinker Bell”. The coloring page is from the film “Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast”. It is the sixth film of the Tinker Bell film series. The Hawk attacks Tinker Bell and her friends to reclaim the baby hawk.

10. Red-Tailed Hawk:

The Red-tailed Hawk is the most widespread hawk in North America. It resides in the deserts, swamps, taigas and a variety of biomes. The red-tailed hawk is about 58 cm long and weighs around 5.5 pounds. It has a wingspan of 4.5 feet. It is brown to gray in color with pale marking and reddish-brown tail.

[ Read: Pelican Coloring Pages ]

These hawk coloring sheets will make your little one’s day extra special and adventurous. It will help him discover the amazement that hawks reverberate. Share his experience with us by commenting below.

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