A caged hawk is flying free after being injured in an accident several weeks ago on Kemp and Kell Blvd.
The Red-Tailed hawk spread his wings taking flight, and then found a perch on a nearby mesquite tree.
The hawk had been rescued by a woman who said the bird was lying in the street.
She says the hawk attacked her while she tried to take him to safety.
Now after weeks of recovery she is happy to see the bird flying again.
"It's god's creatures. And god put me on this earth to do something, so i guess this is it," said Kimberly Stogsdill, who Rescued the hawk from the street.
When the hawk came to the wild bird rescue he had head trauma and a swollen eye.
And before the Red-tailed was released the rescue team said they tested the bird to make sure it was still able to hunt.