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Tuesday Talk: The Story of the Cleveland Park Hawks

Two Woodley Park residents –photographer and author Jennifer Packard, in conversation with 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.


In 2020, amid a pandemic, nationwide protests, and a contentious political election, 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.


Tuesday, February 23 at 7:00 pm


Direct Livestream YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4HJIUNIEpU

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