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“Beautiful mallard, posing for the camera, outside the GSA building” also “Two fox kits were rescued and reunited with their mom, who watched the rescue from the nearby woods, last night in NW”

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Thanks to Roderick for sending this guy from 1800 F Street, NW this morning. And that my friends is called hitting the trifecta. Turkey, chicken, duck. Or a Turducken if you will.

Now somebody get me some ducklings crossing the street stat!! Or in a few more weeks. Please and thank you.

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via Humane Rescue Alliance

And while we wait for ducklings, this is pretty great stuff from the Humane Rescue Alliance:

“Last night, the Humane Rescue Alliance received a call of two fox kits trapped in a basement window well.

When HRA Animal Control Officer Jesien arrived on scene, he observed two fox kits who appeared to be about 6 weeks old, consistent with the developmental stage of initial ventures away from their mother/den areas.

Officer Jesien proceeded to towel wrap both kits and removed them from the window well. After he placed the kits on the grass, they immediately ran off toward a heavily forested area, demonstrating excellent maneuverability and speed. When Officer Jesien moved his flashlight toward the tree line, he observed a healthy adult female fox — the mom, who was watching the rescue nearby from the woods.”

If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife around town, lunching or otherwise, and get a good photo please send where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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