Very few animals consume hawks, with the exception of red foxes, great-horned owls, raccoons, larger hawks, and eagles. Being at the top of their food chain, hawks have few natural predators.
Sometimes, snakes that can climb trees pose a threat to hawk’s eggs, but hawk’s eggs are not generally targeted more than the eggs of other birds.
When it comes to their own prey, hawks like to hunt rodents and small animals, though the specific animals they target depend on the species of hawk and what is available in its area.
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