Injured Lowell hawk faces long comeback

Full story: Lowell Sun

Clinicians are giving the injured Cooper's hawk spotted and then rescued in downtown Lowell last month a 50-50 chance of making it back to the wild someday, but say recovery will be long.
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Eagle

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Mar 3, 2008
 
Glad to see the bird is getting better and senator Panageoutakos isn't mentioned again.
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Mar 3, 2008
 
Maybe that bird could live in a zoo somewhere. The article seems to indicate that it wont heal up well enough to live in the wild

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