Great story in The Record today about a badly injured red-tailed hawk found in a Clifton parking lot last year that was treated at the Raptor Trust and identified by its band at Garrett Mountain Reservation in Woodland Park earlier this month. The detailed article tells the bird’s story, and that of the good samaritans who saved and redisovered it. In addition, the story gives a brief history of the Raptor Trust, which has treated more than 90,000 injured birds of various species since it was founded in 1982. Check out the story here.
Photo by Jeri Kratina