Greenpoint may have chickens and Greenwood Heights has guinea fowl, but they're dinner for Cobble Hill's newest resident hawk. And, it's not just any hawk, but one that's hanging out and dining on other local wildlife in the lot next to 110 Amity Street, which is slated for a controversial development. The tipster who photographed the hawk writes:
The hawk was eating a dead animal. This same photographer wonders if this Hawk had anything to do with the disappearance of the rats in the backyards (for those who do not live on a ground floor apartment do not understand). Also, since the neighborhood is Landmarked, could it also become a wildlife refuge?Could be the solution for the A Building.
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· Coop Board Ordered Nest Removal at 927 Fifth Avenue [Curbed]