Did you know that the Harris’s Hawk live and hunt in groups? They live in the desert in Arizona and New Mexico and they stack. One hawk will land on a cactus, then another will land on its back and so on until they stack 5 or 6 birds high. This gives them a better view for hunting. We saw the Harris’s Hawk during our Teen Summer Reading Program, Animals Under the Surface, at Yankee Clipper today. We also got to touch a milk snake that looks like coral snake, but is not poisonous. We saw a live opossum and found out that they only live about one year in the wild. Funded by The Grand Rapids Pubic Library Foundation.