Tuesday Jan 27 2009 comments Hawk Release By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A The female Sharp-Shinned Hawk which was injured after flying into a window at The Ridge Golf Course was released back into the wild Tuesday morning. The Sharp-Shinned Hawk is a smaller hawk compared to other hawks, yet this female is the bigger than the sharp-shinned male. The middle window of The Ridge club house is where the sharp-shinned hawk flew into. Kari Freidig, left, and Diane Nicholas both of Gold Country Wildlife rescue release the sharp-shinned hawk back to it's home at the The Ridge Golf Course Tuesday morning. This photo was taken by The Ridge maintenance employee Casey Liston moments after the hawk flew into a window.