“It did look to be already dead,” said Audubon Society of Western Pa. But Rachel Handel, a spokeswoman for the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania, tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that the feeding behavior was perfectly normal.
PHILADELPHIA (April 21, 2014) – Two nesting red-tailed hawks have made their home on Saint Joseph’s University’s Lower Merion Campus.
I first saw the two hawks that are now nesting on the Lower Merion Campus several weeks ago next to Post Learning Commons.
It’s very exciting to see them together now, possibly creating a family.” All current SJU students, employees and alumni are invited to submit name suggestions for the male and female hawks. The two winning entrants will receive a gift card.
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“If a hawk sits on the nest for a few days, just as this hawk has, there will most likely be an egg soon,” he says.
Chris Dixon, research librarian at Drexel Library, located the nest after tracking hawks and following them to their hideaway.
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