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Cooper's Hawk 101541 in raptor mew 071510 KM (5) On July 17 I had the privilege of reuniting a young Cooper’s Hawk with his family in a Seattle neighborhood. The bird had been brought to PAWS after a concerned citizen found her attached to a screen door. Most likely, the young bird had collided with the screen door during one of her first attempts at flight. She tried to hold on, but ended up hanging upside down with the talons of one foot embedded in the mesh of the door. Fortunately she had not been injured in the incident, and she was in good health when the person brought her to PAWS.


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