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A Reminder

2014 March 28

By Danny Hart

We’ve had a visitor to our building over the last couple of weeks. He’s a beauty. And from the little I know of birds and what I could find online after his previous visit, he appears to be a red-tailed hawk. It’s a bit strange seeing such a huge bird perched in a courtyard in downtown Washington, DC on a snowy spring day. I would have thought he’d be more comfortable out in the marshes of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, or soaring the skies above Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains.

But, I think this visitor wanted pay a visit to remind us of the majesty and beauty that shares this planet we’re trying to protect.

About the author: Danny Hart is EPA’s Associate Director of Web Communications



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6 Responses leave one →
  1. Nazrul I. Khandaker permalink
    March 28, 2014

    Indeed red-tailed hawk is a beauty and certainly a stranger in the cosmopolitan setting. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Alexander permalink
    March 28, 2014

    He is beauty I am agree.

  3. Elisa permalink
    March 30, 2014

    First I would like to apologize for my English writing, I am now learning in TAES why I seek interesting texts to learn and practice.
    If I may I would say that there really is nothing as beautiful as important as allowing animals and the environment in general not be destroyed by men

  4. sarah permalink
    March 30, 2014

    very nice <3

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  5. Sorderbai permalink
    March 30, 2014

    What a nice bird, please let me know the bird’s name.

  6. kara leigh aghijlar permalink
    April 2, 2014

    Nature is very nice to us.

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