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Hawk That Took Refuge In Library of Congress Captured

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Raptor Conservancy of Northern Virginia to rehabilitate “Jefferson.”

| February 1, 2011

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The hawk affectionately known as “Jefferson” – which took up residence in the Library of Congress recently – has been captured by the Raptor Conservancy of Northern Virginia. For the complete Washington Post story, as well as to view a video of “Jefferson,” click here.

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