Teaser Answered

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Yesterday's Teaser asked:

A minute after we photographed the Bald Eagle on Disposal Road earlier this month, we photographed an American Kestrel 50 yards away. Anything unusual about this?

The answer is that the Bald Eagle is the largest diurnal raptor in the eastern part of the United States, and the American Kestrel the smallest.

One thought on “Teaser Answered

  1. M Kostus

    This is why I never did well on my tests. My answer was some where around, It is unusual because the Eagle could easily eat the Kestril, and the Kesrils are usually bombarding larger birds of prey who enter there territory.


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