Paramus NJ, around 9:45 a.m. Monday, the Paramus police department received a call from a resident on Allen Drive who voiced concern about a red-tailed hawk near the side of her house. When police arrived on the scene, it was clear that the “bird was in distress” and couldn’t fly .
Glen Rock NJ, Glen Rock Police report that just before 10 AM P.O. Bob Surdyka responded to Isabella Place where a concerned resident had found a Hawk in distress laying in their driveway. With a little tender care and persuasion, P.O. Surdyka was able to convince the Hawk to ride with him back to Police HQ where he was picked up by Tyco Animal Control. The Hawk has since been taken to Franklin Lakes Animal Hospital for treatment and will hopefully be released to go on his way! Special thanks to P.O. Surdyka and TYCO Animal Control for going above and beyond to help one of our natural wildlife neighbors!