The participants draw two circles on the sand (a nest and a shelter). One of the players is the hawk, others are the pigeons. The task of the hawk is capturing the pigeons (then a captured participant goes to the shelter). The pigeon can hide himself from the hawk in his nest. The fun is continued until the last pigeon is caught and he becomes the hawk in the next play.
(Described in the book by Lydia Michalika: TRADITIONAL GAMES AND FOLK FUN)