Streams of raptors are possible in fall; Identifying hawks on the wing a challenge
Published 09/17/2009, West Fargo Pioneer
Sometimes they come in bunches, often they are singles. Some are neatly packaged in a tight, folded tuck piercing the air like a missile while others are in full sail displaying to the world beneath their every feature. Some fan the air with their wings rather lazily, others frantically. Pete Dunne calls these migrating birds “wind masters.” Most folks refer to them simply as hawks.Word count: 680
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