The squirrel's dilemma: put on weight for winter or stay nimble enough to avoid becoming something's lunch?
I've seen your work and I'm impressed. Come work for me. I have a job which pays squirrels fattened by the finest plants grown on my deck. I can offer a housing allowance as well. No drones. When can you start?
Can you compete with a high-rise loft condo (with humans cleared from the inside of the windows for your privacy) and several adjacent year-round food courts?
Not to mention, the opportunity to put "Harvard" on your CV?
I'll offer them anything they want.
Anyway, the real question is if this Hawk lives in Cambridge and/or is a minority.
a Harvard Business School grad.
Nah the hawks love chelsea.. so many rats to eat..
I'll go out on my back porch and almost every time I see a hawk in the trees over my backyard because the neighbors on both sides don't cover their trash (which of course is against our fense) so its rat city.
I welcome Hawks to my neighborhood.
caption... spot on!
focusing on a place that has plenty of both four and two legged rodents.
One less tree rodent is ok with me. They steal all the bird seed from my feeder too.
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