I’m Sorry but That IS in Fact a Red-Tailed Hawk!

I don’t want to get into a whole thing here but I believe you’ve misidentified that flying object.  It is a red-tailed hawk.  Because it just is.  Well I don’t really know what to tell you.  I can’t help that you’re wrong.  I’m merely trying to point out your mistake so you can learn from it.

I’ll tell you how I know.  First of all I don’t like your tone.  You’re acting as though you know more about birds than I do and I’m afraid that just isn’t the case.  Ok.  Because I went to an overnight camp last year at the National Aviary on the North Side.  Yes.  They do have overnight camps there.  They’re not advertised as such but you’re allowed to sleep there if you truly love birds.  It is not trespassing.  That’s a crime.  Since when is it a crime to be enthusiastic about birds?

Well where did you learn how to identify birds?  Texas A&M?  That’s a college for agricultural and mechanical studies.  What do they know about birds?  Orni-what? HAHA!  Ornithology?  What did they teach you with that degree?  I’m sure you know about Zeus and Thor, but that’s hardly a reason to consider yourself an expert in my field.

There!  See the banking lateral movement and the flashing red lights?  That is an easy indication that we’re viewing the beauty of a red-tailed hawk.  See it’s four rotors spinning in unison?  God has never made a more majestic creature.  See it hovering steadily in one place above that construction site?  It is most-certainly a red-tailed hawk and not a “drone” like you say.  Drone’s are in the insect family you fool!  Yes, I see the camera on it.  Obviously someone attached a Go-Pro to a red-tailed hawk and then sent you here to argue with me.  Probably the president.

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