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March 26, 2008

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Irene

AMAZING STORY AND PICTURES... KEEP US POSTED AS TO THE 'OUTCOME' OF THE OFFSPRING. WE'LL KEEP OUR FINGERS CROSSED.

Michele Kelly

We have a red tailed hawk that lives in our backyard and neighbors yard. One day, he called in a couple of friends and we watched them surround a squirrel that had climbed into one of our evergreen trees. We called the girls and watched this hunt go on for at least twenty minutes. The hawks gave up and flew away hungry. There was no way for them to get into the evergreen tree with such a large wingspan. That squirrel lived to tell his tale. Every now and again we will see the hawk perched outside our bedroom window on the telephone pole just waiting for that squirrel or chipmunk that lingers a moment too long underneath our bird feeders. Next time he visits I will try to take pictures.

Frank

YES! Be ready!

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