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Hawks arriving in Grimsby earlier on average

With the unseasonably warm winter this year, it may come as no surprise to see the classic migratory birds appearing in Grimsby earlier than usual.

However, according to Hawkwatch executive member, Bruce Mackenzie, this is the new norm.

Over the past several decades, Hawkwatch data has shown that birds like the cooper’s hawk and the sharp-shinned hawk have been coming to the area about three weeks earlier than prior.

 

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