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The paper didn’t go into much detail about what it felt like to be out in the north woods summer after summer, beginning a decade before the current crop of undergraduates were born, braving blackflies and mosquitoes, and the talons of hawks, all to do this study. … DOI: 10.1676/04-103.1 URL: http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1676/04-103.1 High up in the leafless pecan tree sat the Cooper’s hawk. With my new 70-300 Olympus lens, and a lot of overexposure, we could see it looking down at my feeder. What a lovely bird!