While cleaning up the yard yesterday, I found a dead cooper's hawk under our 
forsythia bushes (my grandson had reported a big bird hunting sparrows a while 
back).  Heavily horizontally streaked breast, rounded tail.  One would have 
thought that the English sparrow population would have kept it well fed.  I 
assume it wasn't in fine fettle, or it wouldn't have been quite so close to a 
house.

Linda Van Buskirk



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