Pac-Man the hawk scares pigeons out of San Francisco area metro station

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Pac-Man the hawk scares pigeons out of San Francisco area metro station” – below is their description.

Pac-Man, a five-year-old Harris’s hawk, has become a newly common sight at a metro station in the San Francisco Bay Area. The bird, along with his falconer, patrols the station daily to keep pigeons from nesting.

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