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The Meanderings of a Curious Mind
Red-Tailed Hawk  
4th-Feb-2017 09:59 pm
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For the past couple of years when I've walked in Central Park around the Metropolitan Museum of Art I've seen a bird that I thought was a hawk or falcon either on the museum or one of the trees. Today I saw a man who was filming the bird and I asked him if he knew what it was. He told me it was a male Red-tailed hawk which is very interesting. When I was young the only birds in the park were pigeons and sparrows and a few ducks and swans but nowadays there is a greater variety. I wonder what kind of bird will show up next.

The other interesting thing is that stillrose, one of the most fascinating Spander writers, has converted one of her unfinished Spander fanfics into a novel titled Desert Ice under the nom de plume of Rose Maefair. I haven't read it as I don't have a kindle but I will try to do so (I can borrow a friend's kindle) once I can stop being so outraged by what is going on in Washington DC.
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5th-Feb-2017 03:53 am (UTC)
Yes, there's a lot of red-tails in the city. I saw one in the Bronx, just on the sidewalk after having caught a pigeon, just a few weeks ago.
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