Red Tail Hawk Eats Squirrel in Central Park

Not for the squeamish, these are closeup photos of a red tail eating a squirrel that M. and M. and I came across on a walk behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We stuck around for almost an hour. The red stuff goes down the gullet.

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Zachary Braiterman is Professor of Religion in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. His specialization is modern Jewish thought and philosophical aesthetics.
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2 Responses to Red Tail Hawk Eats Squirrel in Central Park

  1. emmambrodeur says:

    This week, I saw a coyote eating a buffalo. By the way, have you caught a glimpse of Flaco the escaped owl?

    • zjb says:

      wow! any pictures? My brother saw Flaco. Apparently he’s not to hard to find. My brother tells me to go to a NYC site for birds and they’ll tell you where Flaco is (North Woods). Then go to the site and look for crowds. My brother is a genius

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