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Red-tailed hawk Lola, left, eats a meal brought to her by her mate, Pale Male, at their nest atop a posh co-op apartment building on New York's Fifth Avenue, where the birds were taking turns sitting on at least one egg. Owners of the building removed the huge nest on Dec. 7 on grounds it was a health and safety hazard, but they later bowed to public outrage and pressure from the city and environmentalists to have its underpinnings reinstalled.

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