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September 5-8, 2005

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How baby hawks get their Red Tail
They must first be able to fly as high as the clouds to hear the songs of The Wind, and then they must be able to walk fearlessly on the ground to feel the rhythm of The Earth. When they’ve learned to interpret the songs of The Wind and the rhythm of The Earth they will sit quietly on a tall tree each evening and dip their tails into a pool of setting Sunshine. As they do, the songs and the rhythm tell stories of the bravery and courage of their parents and grandparents and of all their ancestors. The young hawk absorbs all this knowledge in its tail which begins to turn redder and redder until it matches the color of the last rays of light just before The Sun disappears for the night.
Charlie - 6:22PM Tuesday September 6, 2005



Charlie near The Carousel - 6:31PM Tuesday September 6, 2005


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Charlie near The Carousel He's looking at a brave little squirrel just four feet away on another branch of the same tree. He had a half eaten rat stowed on a limb in front of him. When the squirrel got too close to his food he jumped immediately over to reclaim the morsel - 6:18PM Tuesday September 6, 2005



Charlie near The Carousel - 6:12PM Tuesday September 6, 2005



Charlie near The Carousel - 6:15PM Tuesday September 6, 2005



Charlie near The Carousel - 6:20PM Tuesday September 6, 2005



Charlie near The Carousel Another intense look at the squirrel - 6:18PM Tuesday September 6, 2005



Charlie near The Carousel Gives a good scratch to his little fathead - 6:32PM Tuesday September 6, 2005



Pale Male in The Ramble - 5:23PM Monday September 5, 2005


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Pale Male at Belvedere Castle as promised - 5:46PM Monday September 5, 2005



Pale Male at Belvedere Castle 5:47PM Monday September 5, 2005



Pale Male in The Ramble There is no camera invented yet nor photographer born thus far to capture the true beauty of this magnificent animal which can be experienced only in person--this is a meek approximation of what is really there - 5:25PM Monday September 5, 2005



Lola on The Beresford This is the top of the NE tower. She did not maintain her usual spot on the SE oval window today. After she left this last perch I lost her in the trees east of The Diana Ross Playground (81st Street & CPW) - 6:39PM Monday September 5, 2005



Pale Male in The Ramble He is about to jump to one more tree before heading over to the Belverdere flagpole - 5:25PM Monday September 5, 2005



Azalea Pond This humble little animal possess the magic to turn a little mud pool into a golden pond adorned with diamonds - 2:09PM Monday September 5, 2005



Azalea Pond Don't try to talk to the animals--listen to them instead - 2:48PM Monday September 5, 2005


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Please research any organization claiming to be concerned with the welfare of animals, before making donations etc.
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Please consider helping these NJ Parrots


Please sign this petition to help South Africa's seals

Pale Male & Lola Update

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