Gallery: Pale Male’s Baby Hawks Unable to Return to Their Home Nest Bec...

A few weeks ago, we brought you sad news that two of Pale Male’s bird babies had taken ill after eating rat poison and now the story has taken an even more upsetting turn. After becoming sick, the offspring of Central Park’s beloved red-tailed hawk were removed from their nests by animal rescue volunteer Cathy Horvath. Even though Horvath was able to nurse the babies back to health, the area around the nest has been deemed unsafe for them since it is still riddled with rat poison that could cause them harm if they are returned.

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