This bird has flown. Hilliardton Marsh Research and Education Centre (HMREC) banding intern Nick Alioto releases a broad-winged hawk into the nearby forest after it was banded at the Marsh on Saturday, September 1. The bird had previously been injured and came to the Marsh from the Wild at Heart Refuge Centre in Lively, Ontario via local veterinarian Dr. Karen Catt. (Staff photo by Sue Nielsen)

Broad-winged hawk released at Hilliardton Marsh

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Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter     HILLIARDTON — There are two broad-winged hawks flying high and free over the skies of Northern Ontario. The hawk’s release over the Labour Day…

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Broad-winged hawk released at Hilliardton Marsh was last modified: September 5th, 2018 by Editorial Staff