Of all the branches in all the trees in all of Dorchester, this hawk (red tail?) landed on the branch next to my window, prey in tow, for a lunch break.
It was a fascinating sight for which I am thankful to have witnessed. But if any Dorchester-area hawks read Universal Hub, a small request: I am happy to host you for lunch, just please clear your place. Staring at a red clump of leftover bird ruins my view (Iâ€™ll take graffiti any day!)
To make matters more interesting, as I was taking the pictures of my fine-fathered friend, I noticed 6 BPD cruisers and a wagon descending on my street. It seems as though they were looking for someone who didn't want to be found. Who were they looking for? I await word from the oracle at BPDNews.com.
It's a good thing hawks cannot be charged with murder. If hawks were charged with murder, would Dorchester hawks wear "Stop Snitchin" t-shirts?)