Noting the hawklike
cry of the fledglings, the observer concludes that the cuckoo must have already undergone transformation into the hawk.
And it strikes with a swift, hawklike
dive, not the slow, sweeping glide of an owl.
He's a lean, intense guy, and I soon discover he's also got hawklike
vision (20/13) and is so skilled that he's often hired by federal agencies to do bird surveys.
But she still had concentrated attention, an intensely focused gaze (perfectly caught in Max Ernst's surrealist portrait of 1934, which is reproduced in the book) and instant, hawklike
That strong, hawklike
beak could take off a finger or two, no problem.
These men recalled prayerful women to whom love meant hawklike
watchfulness for their sons' salvation.
The first I saw of him was a brightly patterned shirt, a waist-length ponytail, and a hawklike
profile glaring at a computer screen.
a tall, angular patrolman with a hawklike
face and bobcat eyes broke the tension.
Hawksbill turtles, so named due to their hawklike
head features, are classified by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as critically endangered and close to extinction.