Anyway, I was privileged to watch the hawk eat its kill (all the while silently shouting "Shoot! Shoot! Shoot!” at my randomly responding camera). Being discriminate in my movements, I was privileged to watch the hawk for at least 15 minutes. Exciting! I slowly moved around and took shots from a few angles. (The back-lighting was horrible so it did not matter too much). The hawk was unconcerned. It mostly had its back to me, but regularly rotated its head to "check me out". I guess I posed no threat!
Then - after the hawk had eaten its lunch - it just sat there. Its breast was fluffed up (I assume for warmth) and its head tucked (again in the opposite direction) and it took a nap! (This was actually a treasure in itself that it was so unthreatened). It was still there when I left! Boring! Yes, I was cold and the darn camera was sporadic at best) (The camera has now been fixed). Just how many pics of the front or back side of a sleeping hawk does one need?