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Hawk swoops in, takes out Starling

Maury Lewis counts 17 cardinals at the feeders in her yard

M.E. Lewis writes:
There is one less Starling at my feeders now. Some kind of Hawk came swooping in, the birds scattered, but one Starling wasn't fast enough.

I guess he had eaten so much of the Garden Club suet balls he was too heavy to fly fast enough to get away.

At one time yesterday there were 17 cardnials at the feeders in my yard. I hope they are still around for the GBBC. -Maury Lewis
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This story was posted on 2011-02-10 01:57:23
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