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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Brownsville Red-tailed Hawks Update

Here's an update on the two juvenile Red-tailed Hawks rescued from Brownsville, Brooklyn last week.

Bobby and Cathy Horvath were able to gain access to the roof of Frederick Douglass Academy yesterday (the nest is on an air conditioner of the buildings facade). They released the young hawks where their parents will be able to reconnect with them. Here are a couple of photos and a video of the release:

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