Having lunch after my midday radio show, I noticed something moving in the trees in my backyard. We have lots of hawks and other birds flying around often, but this was different. It was flapping, but not moving.
I checked it out, and found that it was a hawk that had gotten tied up in some fishing line. And it was stuck by its right wing on a tree branch. Turns out, it had two fishing lures stuck in him (or her, for all I know.)
One call to our local support services brought us Austin. His one call brought us the guys from Carmel Fire Department, Engine 344. And 30 minutes later, we had one free hawk.
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