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After work, I like to take my older daughter out for a walk to give my wife a break and spend some one-on-one time with my daughter. We often just walk around our neighborhood, which has some empty desert land on two sides of it. This day, we were walking along when I saw this hawk perched out on an old wooden sign post a hundred yards away or so. I took some photos then decided to move closer. With my 22-month old clambering next to me, I was shocked that the hawk let us get right up underneath it. It kept a steady eye on us, but did not fly away. I probably took 50 photos before I grew bored and continued the walk.