Hawk rescuers said was shot in head with nail gun recovering at Calif. wildlife center

 

By Associated Press, Published: October 23

SAN FRANCISCO — A red-tailed hawk that rescuers said was shot in the head with a nail gun was recovering Sunday at a Northern California wildlife center.

The hawk, captured in a San Francisco park by rescuers Saturday, was doing “very well” while being cared for at the Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley in San Jose, said Rebecca Dmytryk, executive director of the Monterey-based group WildRescue.

“The nail dislodged and dropped out during transport with no sign of additional trauma and no bleeding,” Dmytryk said.

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