A hawk is any kind of small to medium sized member of the eagle family. Hawks have hooked beaks, and eat small animals like mice and other birds. They have excellent eyesight, and can spot a meal from a very long way away.
Most female birds are called hens. The most common female bird to be called a hen is a chicken.
Scientific name: family: ardeidae
Herons are wading birds, and live around shallow water. They mainly eat fish and frogs. Some members of the heron family are called egrets or bitterns.
Scientific name: family: trochilidae
Hummingbirds are a group of small birds that eat nectar. The smallest bird is a type of hummingbird. Hummingbirds can beat their wings 12-90 times a second, which gives them a distinctive hum when they fly. Because they beat their wings so fast, they can hover and fly backwards in the same way that some insects can.