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I was sitting on porch when a Hawk flew by and snagged a Squirrel out of the yard

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The Hawk comes back a few minutes later and dropped the dead squirrel in my yard...Is this Hawk telling me something? I might go take a pic of the dead squirrel. I have to go move it so the kids don't mess with it.

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A Canadien couldn't handle a West Virginian.

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WARNING GRAPHIC PICTURES

Lmao.

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A year after I moved into this house, there was a dead squirrel in the road...fresh. A hawk flew by and picked up the squirrel and hopped into my yard with it and ate it, all of it. so cool to watch.

So JLD, you have a murderer hawk in the neighborhood.

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The hawk telling you to feed your squirrels better....picky ass hawk.

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Hawks will drop their prey to kill it. Beats wrestling with it in mid air.

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sounds like the huddle! Hawk kicks the crap out of squirrel any day!!!!!

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Aww the little guy looks so peaceful after being mauled by talons

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