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Hawkma, Up Close and Personal

Last night, the photojournalists from the John Jay 10 Birdspotting Department supplied Bwog with this stunning portrait of Hawkma, like you’ve never seen him(her?) before.

Photo by Rebecca Lowell

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  • @Birdspotter Spotter Simply amazing. Rebecca Lowell deserves nothing but the finest meats and cheeses.

    But is it an beautiful hawk or an old pigeon?

  • i guess says:

    @i guess hawkma must really love that floor. when I lived there freshman year he hung out on my balcony too.

  • Deaton Jones says:

    @Deaton Jones That is my balcony… yet, I had no idea this picture was taken.

  • Wow! says:

    @Wow! what a stunning bird!

  • this is says:

    @this is obviously photoshopped

    1. yeah says:

      @yeah looks ‘shopped. I can tell by the pixels and because I’ve seen quite a few in my time.

  • probably... says:

    @probably... should not be that close to a hawk

  • Whoa says:

    @Whoa Look at those eyes…what a beautiful creature.

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