Yesterday we had a juvenile Coopers hawk hunting (unsuccessfully) at our 
feeders.  He had not honed his craft and positioned himself poorly (he/she, 
that is).  We have a mature sharpie that is much more polished (posted about 
him before).  Just a few minutes ago we had a kestrel strike, followed by a war 
with several crows, who briefly ran off the perp. and tried to abscond with the 
meal.  The kestrel rallied and dove back in and airlifted his dinner much to 
the dismay of the thugs! We are at 30 Torok Road in Groton.

Dr. Nena Winand
Department of Molecular Medicine
C4-149 VMC
College of Veterinary Medicine
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-6401 USA

Ph: 607-253-3608
Fx: 607-253-3659


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