Lots of hungry young birds around, but I especially feel for this fledgling
Broad-winged Hawk, whose wails are not only piteous (all Broad-wings sound that
way to me) but also right in my ears, because the bird favors the trees that
shade my workshop.
Most years the Broad-wing fledglings take up begging stations several hundred
yards away, overlooking secluded Maple Avenue, where their parents hunt, but
this year is different for some reason...
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