"This is one of my favorite of Michael's images. It's got such atmosphere and captures a beautiful sense of place and time, not to mention one of the world's most beautiful creatures. Hawks are increasingly being given homes in vineyards around the world to help control the marauding bands of sparrows and starlings that can decimate crops at harvest time, and the gophers and other pests that can damage the roots of the vines year-round." -- Alder
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