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Albino Red-tailed Hawk

In January 2011 several people have reported a partial albino Red-tailed Hawk. He has been seen in the Riverside Drive area, between 21st and 41st Streets and along the Midland Valley Bike Trail a few blocks south of 21st street.

The photos below were taken by Michelle Rombow, who lives along the trail on Woodward Blvd (which is technically 23rd Street.)

 

 

 

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