TOMS RIVER, N.J. — There’s this thing with feathers in a New Jersey library.
A red-tailed hawk, boasting a 4-foot wingspan, has been perched inside the Ocean City Library since Monday, NJ.com reported. Officials said the bird is in no hurry to leave.
“We were waiting to see if he would just come out on its own. As of right now, he’s healthy and up there walking around,” library spokesperson Sherri Taliercio said Wednesday. “It’s a large male bird. We’re hoping he comes out soon.”