A large red-tailed hawk will be released back into nature on Monday morning at Plano's Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve.
The release will occur at 10:30 a.m. at 5901 Los Rios Boulevard in Plano.
According to the Park and Nature Preserve, the hawk's nest fell apart and it fell to the ground when the hawk was a baby.
A concerned resident brought the baby hawk to the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center, which cared for the bird as it grew to adulthood.
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The hawk will now be released into the Park and Nature Preserve, which will provide a perfect natural habitat for the bird, the Preserve said.