2015-08-14 / Community

Prying eyes



A red-tailed hawk looks over his shoulder while scanning for prey in Arundel. Red tails are of great benefit to man as they eat large numbers of mice, rats and other small mammals. This one is a young male who still has some of his brown juvenile tail feathers. (Kevin A. Byron photo) A red-tailed hawk looks over his shoulder while scanning for prey in Arundel. Red tails are of great benefit to man as they eat large numbers of mice, rats and other small mammals. This one is a young male who still has some of his brown juvenile tail feathers. (Kevin A. Byron photo)

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