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The most common falcon in North America is the American kestrel. Soar with your own beautiful bird of prey!
Ask students if they ever see large birds perched on power lines or high branches? They might have been sparrow hawks (also called American kestrels or falcons) searching for food in nearby fields. These birds have amazing eyesight, which helps them catch their prey.
Students find out where falcons live, their life cycle, food, and other details. What role do these fascinating birds of prey play in the food chain?
Use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils to draw and color a large American kestrel. Use pictures to help you capture details. These streamlined birds have long tails and pointed wings. They sit more upright than other kinds of birds.
With the eraser, erase curved lines to show rows of light-colored feathers on your bird's back. Erase to show the white feathers found on its face and chest.
Students draw a background scene for their hawk. It could be sitting on a thick power line or tree branch. Blend the colors to give a muted look to the sky or mountains.
Mat the drawing on colored construction paper with Crayola Glue Sticks.
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