Heat prompts thousands of young hawks to leave nest early
Tucson's Wildlife Center is caring for 200 young Cooper's hawks which left the nest too early to survive. Thousands more were left in place where they fell.
June is when most young Cooper's hawks leave their nests, as they develop the ability to fly they typically spend a week on the ground learning.
The hotter than normal temperatures are…
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