Thursday, January 20, 2011

Wildlife News

Matt Raymond, on the Library of Congress Blog, reports that there's a hawk in the Main Reading Room. The guess is that it's a Cooper's Hawk, specifically.

Check out the post for cool photos and terrible puns.

A library is certainly not the idea environment for a hawk, nor a hawk the ideal visitor for a library, but it's more interesting than the large cockroach that holds first place in terms of non-human life forms I personally have seen from the stacks.


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