It is no bother to float! Hawk is caught on video apparently hovering in the air because he uses an upward draft to stalk his prey
- The fascinating video was filmed in a national park in southwestern Uganda
- Amateur photographer Mark Williams said it is & # 39; always fascinating to watch & # 39;
- Bwindi National Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994
This is the great moment that a hawk hangs itself in the air while it hunts.
Fascinating footage filmed in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda, shows the bird in search of prey.
The hawk stays in the same position in the air because it makes only minimal movements to maintain its balance.
The hawk, pictured, remains in the air in the same position as hunting for prey
Amateur photographer and nature conservationist Mark Williams posted the video on Instagram on July 20.
He wrote: & As I drive through southwestern Uganda, I happen to encounter this melanistic Auger buzzard floating over the driveways of the steep mountainside.
& # 39; It seemed like a good place to stop and eat our packed lunch.
& # 39; The effortless take-off of a hawk is a bit of soul and heart-filling.
& # 39; Always fascinating to see and I often wonder what it would be like to be able to fly. & # 39;
A social media user said: & # 39; Wow … just great to see, you and the hawk have managed to make a great video together. & # 39;
The scene was captured with a camera in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda
Another person wrote: & # 39; Spectacular clip, beautiful creature. & # 39;
Bwindi was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
The park is located in southwestern Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley.
There are around 350 species of birds in this forest.
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