Eric Harrold of North Wilkesboro displays his Harris's hawk named “Joe Cool” at Mahogany Rock Overlook to help educate people about raptors.
Eric Harrold of North Wilkesboro displays his Harris's hawk named “Joe Cool” at Mahogany Rock Overlook to help educate people about raptors. Jack Horan photo
Eric Harrold of North Wilkesboro displays his Harris's hawk named “Joe Cool” at Mahogany Rock Overlook to help educate people about raptors. Jack Horan photo

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