Thursday, December 05, 2013

The Oscar Mayer Red-tail

 Photograph by Paul Anderson

For whatever reason, Paul Anderson of  Wisconsin has a tendency to run across all sorts of avian wildlife while at work. In the past he's  stumbled across Bank Swallows nesting in a construction site,  Sandhill Cranes traipsing between parked semis, and his latest, a Red-tailed Hawk sitting on the windowsill of the Oscar Mayer Plant in Madison, Wisconsin.  He said originally the hawk had been looking in the window but by the time he got his phone camera out she refused to turn around.  

Typical isn't it?

Happy Hawking!

Donegal Browne

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We have seen this hawk from the road for years, and wondered about what it looked like from the inside.