About 7:45 this morning, right outside the Davis Square T station:
an alfresco Ratatouille restaurant in America would be a big challenge!
Doesn't look too happy.
There is no evidence of rats and mice at Davis Station. The photo above depicts two furry friends engaged in a playful moment while waiting for the bus to take them to Cambridge.
Clearly the bird is feathered, not furry.
in the Urban Bird Portrait Hall of Fame. It looks like a photographic version of something by a 21st-century John James Audubon. Magnificent.
Lucky situation — I was walking with my kids to school and happened to have my camera out, and there were a couple of people with phone cameras out in the midst of everyone going past to the station. Drew my attention, and the kids almost ended up late to school. :)
I was late to work the other day getting pictures of that turkey in Central Square. :-D
A fine photo, and a very fine, calm urban hawk.
I wonder if the hawk is available for hire. I could use him at my house to keep the rodent population out. Good boy (or girl)!!!!
I was once walking on Cambridge St. when a hawk swooped down between me and a man who was walking towards me, plucked a critter out of a bush, and perched on a street light to enjoy her snack. The guy and I couldn't help but stop to watch and talk about how impressive the hawk was - it was a great shared moment with a stranger.
Once I was waiting for a shuttle near the Cambridgeside Galleria and saw a hawk swoop down and pluck a mouse out of a snowbank with amazing precision. The hawk was an impressive looking bird but also dangerous looking. The talons and beak reminded me of razors.
The humans aren't coming after your breakfast, dude.
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