Michigan veterinarian sets restored hawk free to soar

03/21/2011 | Observer & Eccentric Newspapers (Livonia, Mich.)

Michigan veterinarian and wildlife rehabilitator Kevin Smyth was set to release Stella on Saturday, four months after the red-tailed hawk was injured when she flew into a car while hunting prey. Smyth's work on the bird included repairing a broken wing and attaching new feathers using a piece of bamboo and some epoxy.

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