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A baby red-tailed hawk is prepared to be placed back in its nest, 85 feet high in a pine tree behind the 7th green at La Playa golf course in Palm River in North Naples on May 7, 2012. According to Brian Beckner, superintendent at the golf course, the fledgeling was pushed out of the nest by its sibling but was unhurt from the fall. The hawk was taken to The Conservancy of Southwest Florida to make sure it was ok, then placed back into the nest Monday.

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A baby red-tailed hawk is prepared to be placed back in its nest, 85 feet high in a pine tree behind the 7th green at La Playa golf course in Palm River in North Naples on May 7, 2012. According to Brian Beckner, superintendent at the golf course, the fledgeling was pushed out of the nest by its sibling but was unhurt from the fall. The hawk was taken to The Conservancy of Southwest Florida to make sure it was ok, then placed back into the nest Monday.

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A baby red-tailed hawk is prepared to be placed back in its nest, 85 feet high in a pine tree behind the 7th green at La Playa golf course in Palm River in North Naples on May 7, 2012. According to Brian Beckner, superintendent at the golf course, the fledgeling was pushed out of the nest by its sibling but was unhurt from the fall. The hawk was taken to The Conservancy of Southwest Florida to make sure it was ok, then placed back into the nest Monday.
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Brian Beckner, superintendent of the La Playa golf course, handles a baby red-tailed hawk as it is prepared to be placed back in its nest, 85 feet high in a pine tree behind the 7th green at La Playa golf course in Palm River in North Naples on May 7, 2012. According to Beckner, the fledgeling was pushed out of the nest by its sibling but was unhurt from the fall. The hawk was taken to The Conservancy of Southwest Florida to make sure it was ok, then placed back into the nest Monday.
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A baby red-tailed hawk screeches after being put back into its nest, 85 feet high in a pine tree behind the 7th green at La Playa golf course in Palm River in North Naples on May 7, 2012. According to Brian Beckner, superintendent at the golf course, the fledgeling was pushed out of the nest by its sibling but was unhurt from the fall. The hawk was taken to The Conservancy of Southwest Florida to make sure it was ok, then placed back into the nest Monday.
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A baby red-tailed hawk screeches after being put back into its nest, 85 feet high in a pine tree behind the 7th green at La Playa golf course in Palm River in North Naples on May 7, 2012. According to Brian Beckner, superintendent at the golf course, the fledgeling was pushed out of the nest by its sibling but was unhurt from the fall. The hawk was taken to The Conservancy of Southwest Florida to make sure it was ok, then placed back into the nest Monday.
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Brian Beckner, superintendent of the La Playa golf course, releases a baby red-tailed hawk into its nest, 85 feet high in a pine tree behind the 7th green at La Playa golf course in Palm River in North Naples on May 7, 2012. According to Beckner, the fledgeling was pushed out of the nest by its sibling but was unhurt from the fall. The hawk was taken to The Conservancy of Southwest Florida to make sure it was ok, then placed back into the nest Monday.
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