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‘Globe Hawk’ comes out of hiding

A hawk landed on the roof deck outside the Boston Globe cafeteria on the morning of April 14, saw his reflection in the glass, and got agitated. Photo: Jack Pickell / Boston.com Staff
A hawk landed on the roof deck outside the Boston Globe cafeteria on the morning of April 14, saw his reflection in the glass, and got agitated.Jack Pickell/Boston.com Staff

The things you see when you go upstairs for coffee...

A hawk landed on the sunny roof deck near The Boston Globe cafeteria, capturing the attention of several folks on the other side of the glass.

Things got more interesting when the hawk mistook its reflection for an adversary and spread its wings in an attempt to intimidate its perceived foe. (Or at least that’s what it seemed like it was doing).

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It also made for a great photo opportunity.

Back at the Boston.com breaking news desk, we found out the bird was already the word, at least on Twitter, and had been assigned the hashtag #GlobeHawk.

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