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Hawk Attracts Crowd Outside of Willard

While walking by the Obelisk this afternoon, I saw a crowd gathering by a tree outside of Willard.

At first I thought it was Campus Trees 110 or something, but then I noticed that many in the crowd were snapping cell pics. I detoured from my route to check out was going on. To my surprise, it was a hawk causing all the commotion.

Just after 3:00 today, a crowd gathered outside of Willard, near the Obelisk, to gawk at a hawk.
The hawk sat on the tree for about ten minutes before it pooped and flew away.
The hawk sat on the branch for about ten minutes before it pooped and flew away.

For the past couple of years, Columbia’s Bwog has been following the adventures of a hawk they named Hawkmadinejad. Should we introduce our hawk to Columbia’s? Thing is, I’m a little worried the Ivy League hawk would look down on its landgrant equivalent.

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