Hey Mr. Land Use Coordinator! Eight hours clean up credit each for two humans and I think the dogs deserve a little credit too. Nell cleaned up a few errant sticks and Pearl found a nearly new leather chew bone that some silly dog had left up there for someone else to clean up. I checked, but we don't have any photographic evidence of that though. We are thinking that the hawk was a young Red Tail because of his lack of concern for humans and dogs - it really was incredible how close we got and how long he let us gawk. They don't develop red tail feathers until their second year is how a friend who works at the Birds of Prey Foundation north of Broomfield explained it.
Ricardo, been reading about some of the fun IT has been having lately. Are you working on the CIS project? If you are, oh boy!!