The hawk’s mottled brown and white feathers rustled in the breeze as it carefully surveyed its surroundings on the upper level of a Bay Area BART platform. With a sudden jerk, he turned his attention to something floating above him on a distant concrete pillar.
He cocked his head to one side, then turned it nearly 180 degrees to get a better view. He waited for a signal from falconer Ricky Ortiz, but before he could leave his perch from his master’s well-worn leather glove, the flock of pigeons darted out of sight.
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