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Raptors on Klingle Valley

In case you missed it, here's the conversation with two Woodley Park residents –photographer and author Jennifer Packard and Amy Henderson — on how a family of red-shouldered hawks found its way into the hearts of an urban community in the midst of uncertain times.

The raptors built a nest in a Sycamore tree adjacent to the Klingle Valley Bridge between Woodley and Cleveland Parks. People from all walks of life stopped to visit the nest and found solace in nature.




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