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  • No magic here: Hawks beat Wizards, first time in Eastern Conference Finals
    No magic here: Hawks beat Wizards, first time in Eastern Conference Finals
    Regardless of what happens in the potential two additional series, the 2014-15 Atlanta Hawks should be commended as they are now officially in uncharted territory: the Eastern Conference Finals. The clinching game, Game 6 on Friday, turned out to...
  • Horford MVP
    Hawks keep calm and pull off epic comeback win for 3-2 series lead
    Thanks to Al Horford's calm demeanor in the final seconds of Wednesday's Game 5, the Atlanta Hawks managed to win this game in which they shot just 22 percent from three-point range and committed 23 turnovers. Thanks to this 82-81 victory,...
  • Hawks Wizards Gm 4
    Hawks regain home-court advantage as series now tied 2-2
    While not officially a must-win game for the Atlanta Hawks, their Game 4 match-up against the Washington Wizards was basically a do-or-die situation as the Hawks came into the game trailing 2-1 in the series. Now thanks to a 106-101 victory Monday...
  • Wall Injured Gm 1
    A Wall-less Wizards may be a reality
    The Atlanta Hawks may have gotten their biggest break of the 2015 season so far. After falling behind 0-1 in the series against the Wizards, Washington point guard John Wall was unable to play Game 2 of the series as he was a last-minute scratch....
  • Dejected Hawks
    Hawks fall flat in second half as Wizards remain perfect in playoffs
    After playing their fourth game in just eight days, the Atlanta Hawks may be showing some signs of fatigue following Sunday's 104-98 loss to the Washington Wizards. For the majority of the game Atlanta held the lead but with each quarter they...
  • Hawks cut down Nets thanks to massive third quarter output
    Hawks cut down Nets thanks to massive third quarter output
    It may have taken the Hawks a few more games than originally planned, but they were finally able to close out their Round 1 series against Brooklyn on Friday with a commanding 111-87 victory to give Atlanta a 4-2 series win. In a series where both...
  • Three keys for a Game 6 Atlanta victory
    Three keys for a Game 6 Atlanta victory
    Through the first five games of the Atlanta-Brooklyn series the home team has won all five times. With Atlanta now leading 3-2 in the series, Brooklyn gets one final game to host this round. If Atlanta doesn't want a repeat of Games 3 and 4 in...
  • Hawks hold on again, now lead Nets 2-0
    Hawks hold on again, now lead Nets 2-0
    The Hawks may have a 2-0 lead against the Nets, but eighth-seeded Brooklyn has made top-seeded Atlanta work for both wins. This time the Hawks came away with a 96-91 victory that wasn't decided until the final seconds of the game.During the...
  • Mosquito fish feasting on mosquito larvae
    3 Birds with West Nile Virus discovered in San Diego County so far
    West Nile Virus has begun to rear its ugly head again in San Diego. The mosquito-borne disease is typically seen beginning in June, but cases have been showing up earlier than usual the last few years. Last month, a sharp-shinned hawk, a small...
  • Jeff Teague
    Hawks beat Kings, set another new franchise record in process
    It seems like every week the Atlanta Hawks (53-14) set a new franchise record in some fashion. On Monday the Hawks beat the Sacramento Kings (22-44) 110-103 for the 13th straight time, which is actually only the second-longest winning streak...
  • Hawks Timberwolves 2-9-15
    Hawks continue dominance over West, top T'Wolves
    One of the most under-utilized marks of a truly great team is not how well they do in good times, but how they handle and respond to adversity. If the Atlanta Hawks continue to instantly bounce back after a rough game, then they should definitely...
  • Red-Tailed Hawk
    All about those pesky Red Tailed Hawks
    This is the most widespread and familiar large hawk in North America, bulky and broad-winged, designed for effortless soaring. An inhabitant of open country, it is commonly seen perched on roadside poles or soaring over fields and woods. Although...
  • Rabbit in the backyard
    Leave Homes for the Animals
    Wild animals in the suburbs have a different set of problems to contend with than their brethren in the woods. Why does this rabbit love to hang out under this hammock?While rabbits and squirrels in the woods watch for hawks, foxes, coyotes, and...
  • Hawks appeal for forgiveness
    Atlanta Hawks CEO to Fans: 'Please, Baby, Please..."
    By A. SCOTT WALTONATLANTA _ In an open letter sent Saturday afternoon to the media and fans registered on the Atlanta Hawks’ official web site, the team’s CEO borrowed a passage from the Spike Lee idiom.The missive, labeled “We...
  • Raptors of New York City: The American Kestrel
    Raptors of New York City: The American Kestrel
    The smallest falcon in New York City—in fact, the smallest in North America—is the American Kestrel (Falco sparverius). At 9-12 inches long with a 21-inch wingspan and weighing about 4 ounces, it is about the size of a Blue Jay or...
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