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Broad-Shouldered Hawk

Description:

Small hawk

Habitat:

Deep in the woods of Midwestern North America

Notes:

This hawk was hit by a car and suffers brain damage, rendering it unafraid of humans. Its final home is at a rehabilitation facility where it will become an education animal.

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2 Comments

FoxExplorer
FoxExplorer 12 years ago

Thank you! And it's actually a male. Males are pretty small

KarenL
KarenL 12 years ago

Lovely spot klmoore21! So sad she can't be released into the wild but how cool to be able to get so close to such a beautiful bird!
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FoxExplorer
Spotted by
FoxExplorer

Bloomington, Indiana, USA

Spotted on Nov 16, 2011
Submitted on Jan 20, 2012

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