This female red-shoulder hawk was rescued by Gary Klemme near his Miami Lakes home. He believes the bird may have been poisoned after biting into a rat. The bird was transported to Pelican Harbor Seabird Station by an Uber driver summoned by the center.
This female red-shoulder hawk was rescued by Gary Klemme near his Miami Lakes home. He believes the bird may have been poisoned after biting into a rat. The bird was transported to Pelican Harbor Seabird Station by an Uber driver summoned by the center. Pelican Harbor Seabird Station
This female red-shoulder hawk was rescued by Gary Klemme near his Miami Lakes home. He believes the bird may have been poisoned after biting into a rat. The bird was transported to Pelican Harbor Seabird Station by an Uber driver summoned by the center. Pelican Harbor Seabird Station

He found a sick bird. Send it over in an Uber, the rescue center said.

November 22, 2017 06:27 PM

UPDATED November 24, 2017 07:11 AM

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