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Northern Harrier Hunting

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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) The plucky duck broke the surface several times.
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) The plucky duck broke the surface several times.
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) The plucky duck broke the surface several times.
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) A Cinnamon Teal female swam a mournful vigil not 5' from the hawk.
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani)
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) Lifting the waterlogged victim onto shore.
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) Removing the feathers.
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) The wings were the first to go.
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani)
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani)
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani)
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani)
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) Hiding the carcass in nearby grass.
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  • Northern Harrier Hunting Gallery (© Nick Viani) After an hour, the Harrier flew off to fetch his mate.