HARTFORD, CT (CBSNewYork) – You may remember that hawk that has been attacking people in Connecticut. Well, now something is being done about it.

WCBS 880 Connecticut Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau On The Story

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Two red-shouldered hawks are nesting near Fairfield Ludlowe High School and recently, several students walking on or near the campus have been attacked by one of them.

Milan Bull of the Connecticut Audubon Society says the hawk, perceiving his targets as a threat, attacks the top of the head, swooping in from behind, and with sharp talons, opens up quite a cut.

“This is very very rare. I’ve never heard of this behavior before in red-shouldered hawks,” he told WCBS 880 Connecticut Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has sent in a falconer to capture the bird and temporarily keep it in captivity.

Will the absence of the hawk will leave its mate in saddened state?

“They may mate for life, but they don’t mourn for a minute. This will bird will, undoubtedly, go find another mate, start another nest somewhere else, and live quite a happy life,” he said.

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