Thursday, June 23, 2005

Lost in summation

This story startled me with it's last sentence
Hawks typically attack humans when their young are learning to fly.
I have to admit, if I saw a human teaching their kids to fly sans a plane, I'd be tempted to attack them as well - or perhaps back away in awe of this scary new power. Or did they mean something more along the lines of the original article:
Miller said parent hawks attack during fledgling season, in early summer. They aggressively protect their young when they are learning to fly and are out of the nest for the first time.


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