Posts tagged ‘hawks’

He’s Watching the Students Like a …

DSC_0024_med_hawkWe’ve got a hawk of some sort who’s a frequent visitor to the grounds outside the alumni center. Today he (or she?) spent about a half hour on a tree branch outside Ryan Jones’ office, and then it moved to the top of the pergola outside our main entrance, where it sat for another good hour. There were plenty of students  walking along the sidewalk below it, but the hawk seemed unconcerned about the students—and vice versa.

I took this photo with my back to the Electrical Engineering Building. The stone building you see is the old president’s house, which is part of the Hintz Family Alumni Center.

As always, click on the photo for a bigger and crisper version.

And if you can ID the species of hawk based on what little is visible here, I’ll be very impressed.

Tina Hay, editor

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December 9, 2013 at 1:21 pm 8 comments


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