Hawk-Eyes on Campus

A red-tailed hawk rests in a tree near the Center for the Americas Jan. 27. Several Wesleyan students, staff and faculty have witnessed the hawk on campus in the past six months. (Photo by Olivia Bartlett)

A red-tailed hawk rests in a tree near the Center for the Americas Jan. 27. The bird of prey was taunting a squirrel on a High Street powerline. Several Wesleyan students, staff and faculty have witnessed the hawk on campus in the past six months. (Photo by Olivia Bartlett)

A smaller red-tailed hawk was observed eating prey on the Project to Increase Mastery of Mathematics and Science (PIMMS) property in January by Mike Zebarth, director of PIMMS. (Photo by Mike Zebarth)

A smaller red-tailed hawk was observed eating prey on the Project to Increase Mastery of Mathematics and Science (PIMMS) property in January by Mike Zebarth, director of PIMMS. (Photo by Mike Zebarth)