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(Some Guy)   The saga of Billy and Lilly, two red-tailed hawks that nested on a NYC fire escape, is one of regeneration and joy, with a tinge of sadness and some dead rat carcasses   ( divider line
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667 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 08 May 2021 at 10:14 AM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-05-08 8:15:35 AM  
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"Excuse me. What does an able-bodied winged creature need with a fire escape?"
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2021-05-08 1:00:28 PM  
When we had a bunch of trees removed (making way for an orchard), we left a huge (~20') stump in the backyard.  Mainly for trumpet vines to grow on, but there was a white tail hawk checking it out last week.  I guess it didn't make the cut, even though there is an abundance of squirrels, moles and rats in the area.
2021-05-08 2:08:04 PM  
Near me there were red tailed hawks that lived in a church steeple for several years.
The church was next to a public library.
Groups of children visiting the library might be horrified or fascinated watching a hawk tear out the flesh of a freshly killed pigeon. Sometimes the action took place right on the sidewalk out front.
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