Hurricane Michael displaces hawk nestlings

When Hurricane Michael ripped through the Panama City area in October 2018, many people were displaced as their homes were destroyed by high winds and the massive storm surge of the Category 5 hurricane.

Nearly seven months later, some smaller residents of the Panhandle have been displaced by the storm’s aftermath.

Read the full article in the May 16 issue of Navarre Press.

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Four red-shouldered hawk nestlings, one of which is hiding from the camera, were rescued from a downed tree last week by the Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge.

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