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Hawk - What Type?

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Tuesday November 13, 2012

Danville, VA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A really big hawk - first thought a cat and then realized it was a hawk. It sat for me for a good while and then some prey caught its eye and off it flew. Not sure if it was a young one.

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