- A certain species of Amnian hawks had blue-gray backs and bellies with ivory feathering, streaked with dark gray, black, and pale orange. They had a long, square-tipped tail.
- The green kestrel, which despite their name were not true kestrels, were a species of hawk endemic to the Marching Mountains. They were prized by many Calishite falconers for being one of the deadliest birds of prey in the Realms.
Hawks were predatory birds that were native to the natural world. These animals flew through the sky in search of prey, which included small animals, lizards, snakes, and vermin.
Hawks could be trained as hunting companions if raised from chicks and properly instructed.
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