Wild hawk swoops in to Vancouver's Science World
Thursday, September 17 2009 @ 06:36 PM EDT
Contributed by: karenbills
A hawk that got caught up under the entrance to Vancouver's Science World on Monday is released by Kevin Wakahara after being trapped in a net.
Photograph by: Ian Smith, Vancouver Sun
VANCOUVER — A hawk became an accidental, but short-lived exhibit at Science World Monday when it became trapped inside a maze-like sculpture near the facility’s entrance.
The medium-sized bird, known as a Cooper’s hawk, was able to fly inside the Tower of Bauble because netting had been removed so that the kinetic-audio structure could be repaired.
The hawk was unable to navigate its way out of the Tower of Bauble and hunkered down on a high rafter once a rescue operation was mounted.
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