Wandering hawk returns to nature center

Associated Press

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — A missing hawk has flown home to a Bloomington nature center.

A spokeswoman for Richardson Nature Center said the male red-tailed hawk returned to the center’s yard Friday and was coaxed back into custody with a dead mouse.

The hawk had been missing for 11 days.

Vets at the center checked the hawk and declared it fit.

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