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Red-Tailed Hawks Make Home in New York City
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Red-Tailed Hawks Make Home in New York City

Red-Tailed Hawks Make Home in New York City

Red-Tailed Hawks Make Home in New York City
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NPR's Margot Adler reports on the saga of two red-tailed hawks nesting in a New York City high-rise apartment building. While falcons have been known to make their homes in buildings, bird experts say this is a first for hawks. And now that there are baby birds in the nest, crowds are flocking to see them.

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