There’s no definitive limit. Much like humans, it depends on the hawk’s strength, age, and health, as well as the weather condiitons at the time. If the wind is conducive to soaring, hawks can fly much further than if they must flap their wings the whole time. Common red tails hawks can fly up to 40 mph, so they can travel pretty far if necessary
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