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Friday, March 16, 2007 (SF Chronicle)
Sickened hawk flies again
Chronicle Staff Report
(03-16) 15:32 PDT SAN FRANCISCO -- A red-shouldered hawk that nearly died after eating a poisoned rodent is once again flying above San Francisco.
Wildlife officials released the female hawk today in Golden Gate Park after about two months of rehabilitation.
Three other hawks found in Golden Gate Park died after eating poisoned rats. Wildlife advocates say city officials should do more to keep such lethal bait off city property.
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