Photos Courtesy of New England Falconry
Birds of a feather flock together. Sound familiar? Surprisingly, most species of birds aren't quite as team-oriented as the saying goes. The Harris Hawk, however, is not your typical bird of prey. These majestic birds work together to capture their food, dividing it equally amongst themselves. To see this firsthand, head out to Hadley, Massachusetts. Located in the Berkshires, the New England Falconry
allows visitors the opportunity to handle and free-fly a trained hawk.