Courtney Faison of Caldwell released this red-shouldered hawk Saturday that she had found as a fledgling (below) when its nest fell from a tree. She had given the baby bird to the Chapel Hill-based CLAWS Inc. rehabilitation group, which returns about 450 birds to the wild each year.
Courtney Faison of Caldwell released this red-shouldered hawk Saturday that she had found as a fledgling (below) when its nest fell from a tree. She had given the baby bird to the Chapel Hill-based CLAWS Inc. rehabilitation group, which returns about 450 birds to the wild each year. MARK SCHULTZ mschultz@newsobserver.com
Courtney Faison of Caldwell released this red-shouldered hawk Saturday that she had found as a fledgling (below) when its nest fell from a tree. She had given the baby bird to the Chapel Hill-based CLAWS Inc. rehabilitation group, which returns about 450 birds to the wild each year. MARK SCHULTZ mschultz@newsobserver.com

Reunion and release for orphaned hawk

September 22, 2015 08:02 AM