A family of wild bald eagles in Canada has welcomed an unlikely newcomer into its fold. A baby hawk who appears to be thriving under their care.
“I think the hawk was picked up by the eagles as potential food and brought back to the nest,” Hancock told The Dodo. “That’s not an unheard-of event.”
But rather than tear the little hawk apart, the eagle parents apparently had a change of perspective. The baby eagles don’t seem to mind having to share the nest, or their food, with the feathered outsider. In fact, it’s almost as if they’re glad he’s there.
Wild Eagles Find A Baby Hawk And Raise Him As Their Own