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  1. “Our” goshawk takes an average of five tries to get a pigeon in flight. We watched a shrike work for about fifteen minutes to get the chickadees to fly across an opening. They use the Villosa lilacs we planting years ago as bird cover as . . . cover.

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    • Cool. The hawk that haunts this hill uses saskatoon as a blind. I like the sharp-shinned hawk, who just dives into the branches all willy-nilly.

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