We woke up today and watched the birds flying around. There were pelicans plunging into the water after the little fishes, then the boobies diving in from the heights, and some little Black Terns, and some Elegant Terns too. Then we spotted a bird I didn't recognize... It was floating really low in the water with a funny looking bill for a sea bird. It was a hawk! We got into the skiff and went over to it to help, and pulled it from the water with a net. We set it on the deck to dry out, but after a bit it tried to fly away and didn't go far, back into the wet. This time I got it and put a sock over its head to keep it calm. We got it to shore and gave it a fresh water shower to get the salt out of the feathers and then the guards from the marina took it in and put it in a cage. Later on they said it flew away, so I hope it is ok. It was a "Grey Hawk" according to the bird book. I am really impressed by the size of the eyes. Also its feet were super strong and have great big knives on the ends of the toes and I got a bit cut up. Not too bad though.