Hawk hit by car, attacks driver

Jack Kintner jack.kintner at verizon.net
Fri Sep 6 21:32:32 PDT 2002

In the summer of 1968 I was working for Olympic National Park out of park 
HQ in Port Angeles. A crew bus (large van) was cruising with its windows 
open and captured a Red-tail in much the same way, and when one of the 
people in the bus tried to grab it he got spiked a couple of times.  The 
bird died and the crew threw it in the garbage.  I pulled it back out when 
I saw it and, when the park naturalist didn't want it, took it to PLU's 
Harold Leraas, a biology prof and birder, who saved and cataloged the skin.

At 10:57 AM 9/6/02 -0400, you wrote:
>Greets --
>       Another article of possible interest to birders:
>       Is this a 'once in a millennium' happening or does anyone know of 
> similar occurrences?
>Jo Waldron
>Everett, WA
>joaw9 at aol.com
Jack Kintner    jack.kintner at verizon.net   Blaine, WA
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