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Hilton Jr., B. 1983. Predation at banding stations in Anoka County, Minnesota. Loon 55(1):9-11.

(Note: A scan of this paper will be posted at a later date. A version of the
photo below accompanied the article.)

An immature Northern Goshawk perched atop a four-cell Potter
trap being used to capture ground-feeding birds for banding.
Forest Lake, Anoka County, Minnesota, Winter 1981-82.

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