Mar

9

The Hawkmadinebwog: The Violent Beginnings

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We’ve noticed, dear avian enthusiasts, that photos and sightings of Hawkmadinejad—not to mention our other new friends Nathaniel, Pale Male and Goose Robbins—have constituted about 90% of tips we’ve received. Therefore, in the spirit of reader involvement and instant gratification, we are proud to launch the Hawkmadinebwog, a round-the-clock Columbia bird-related news network. 

 

Our hero, photographed mere minutes ago. By Charlene J. Lee

 

 

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17 Comments

  1. leonidas  

    this is sparta!

  2. so delightfully  

    natural.

  3. yo!  

    dont forget the morningside park turkey! that's an important local bird!

  4. i hope  

    Hawkmadinejad goes to town on Columbia's rats -- that'd be awesome.

    also, what do you suppose maintenance will do with the partially-eaten carcasses that h-jad will undoubtedly leave around campus?

    ps. h-jad should become the new way of quickly reffering to him.

  5. and!

    as long as we're on a bird kick, don't forget the TWO PEACOCKS that live on the St. John grounds!!!

  6. tell me  

    why is there no Hawkmadinejad facebook group?

  7. HAWKMADINEJAD  

    IM IN UR CAMPUS, EATIN UR SQUIRLZ

  8. For the record  

    If the hawk was eating a puppy, you would not be cheering.

  9. For the record:  

    This is beautiful.

  10. Girl  

    awww no not puppies!!!!! ...I want a puppy. RUN MY SWEETS SEEK SHELTER

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