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August 29. 2013 9:45PM


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Pat Giordano, of Harveys Lake, feels fortunate that she was able to capture this Cooper’s Hawk with her camera. Pat had spotted the hawk a few times, but was never able to get a picture. Cooper’s Hawks are among the bird world’s most skillful fliers. Once thought to dislike towns and cities, they are now fairly common urban and suburban birds. Some studies show their numbers are actually higher in towns than in their natural habitat.




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