Young hawk thriving under care of bald eagles

A red-tailed hawk that wound up in an eagle’s nest likely brought there as food is thriving and acting like a young eagle, says McGill University emeritus professor of wildlife biology David Bird. However, the young hawk may be taken to a wildlife rehabilitation facility if he does not learn on his own to hunt for small rodents like a hawk.

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