The Daily Free Press reports that Monday afternoon, police were called to the third floor of the above-ground Warren Towers garage, 700 Commonwealth Ave., on a report of a hawk. Police eventually called in Boston Animal Control, which was unable to capture the raptor.
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Michael Spicher reports this hawk regularly hangs out outside his South Boston condo.
Dan snapped the hawk that's been using a fifth-floor railing at the Boston Athenaeum on Beacon Street as an observation post.
Josh Bittker captured a hawk enjoying some squab - and a vehicle that is probably going to need a good soak at a car wash - at Twin City Plaza in Somerville yesterday afternoon
Mary Ellen caught a pair of red-tailed hawks doing some heart-shaped bonding in West Roxbury the other day.
Max spotted a hawk performing a balancing act on Dallin's Appeal to the Great Spirit in front of the MFA this morning.
Mary Ellen spotted this young red-tailed hawk at Millennium Park in West Roxbury at dusk yesterday - still too young to have a red tail.
John C. took this photo:
A hawk spotted in East Boston in the same exact spot where Hawk from Spencer for hire was filming in the mid 1980s.
Steven C. Schmitt reports this raptor was surveying the Beacon Hill scene yesterday from atop one of those street light/cell phone poles.
A roving UHub photographer spotted this hawk with some fresh lunch - a black bird of some sort - in the Public Garden today. She also spotted Revolutionary hero Tadeusz Kosciuszko showing some support for workers at local hospitals: Read more.
Stephen Thomas Costa found this hawk just hanging out today at the Parquesito de Hermandad playground in Franklin Park - closed to human kids, of course, due to Covid-19 concerns.
Mary Ellen the roving UHub photographer spotted this red-tailed hawk looking for a bite to eat late this afternoon at Millennium Park in West Roxbury.
A roving UHub photographer looked up at the Haymarket Green Line station this morning and spotted this hawk flitting about from perch to perch.
Massmikmouse spotted a hawk way up in the rafters of the Forest Hills T station this morning. Read more.
Grumpygrumpyowl couldn't help but admire Mike Duhawkis - the State House hawk named by reporter Mike Deehan - during a break from her weekly protest over the Weymouth gas compressor.
Serge spotted this rather odd looking pigeon hanging out outside the Friendly Toast in Cambridge's Tech Square today.
C. Scott Ananian had to show he didn't have any succulent mice in his order: Read more.
Louise Miller's already cool view out her Beacon Hill window got a little better this morning.
You really have to be careful in South End alleys these days - at least if you're no larger than a squirrel or mouse. John McLachlan reports this young Cooper's hawk keeps visiting the alley out back of his South End home.
Copyright John McLachlan. Posted in the Universal Hub pool.
Was walking around Jamaica Pond this afternoon, when I spotted this bird glide down to a perch on one of the trees on the Parkman Drive side.
Hawk? And should I finally figure out how to manually focus my camera lens because the auto-focus kept zeroing in on the branches in front of the bird? The answer to the latter question, of course, is: Yes.
Erik Hjortsho has posted video from his doorcam showing a hawk swooping in and grabbing the pigeon that had been resting above his door.
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