My poor chickens and ducks under a bush after the attack, scared that the hawk might come back.
The hawk flies away behind a tree after being spooked.
The hawk flies away.
Hi! I’m downloading a photo right now, of a hawk. I have three different photos of the hawk. There’s three photos, us, ok so I’m gonna download these photos. I’m getting all of the photos ready while munching on a chip. Munch munch another chip. Ha ha. Munch munch munch ha ha ha, super duckies in the chat. Sooper Duckies, Sooper Duckies. OK I got the 2nd photo, now for the 3rd one. Now I can tell you the actual story.
OK so while I was at school, my mom went out to let the chickens and ducks free range, like she always does. However, only a few minutes after she got outside, she heard loud squawks. She saw a large hawk (about 4 pounds) circling around and harassing the chickens. It was most likely trying to eat one of my chickens or ducks. Her presence scared the hawk away, but for a few hours after that, all of my animals were huddled under a bush. They were scared for a little bit, but after a while they came out. Thank you for reading the Ducky Blog! -Henry
I was inspired by my chickens and ducks to do "Ducky Comics." I have done a fundraiser for 4-H, and plan to continue doing so in the future. -Henry, 14
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