‘Tiny’ fishing catches ‘mardy’ fish in tiny pond

A tiny pond on Long Island is now home to a pair of red-tailed hawks that are “fishing for their tiny blue fish,” a local fisherman says.

The tiny pond is located about 100 yards off the shore of Long Island’s Nassau County.

The hawks, which were spotted by the local Long Island News reporter on Tuesday, were seen fishing for bluefin tuna, a fish that typically weighs in at between 3 pounds and 7 pounds, according to the Nassau News.

The small pond is a popular destination for locals to catch the fish, said local fisherman Tom Scharf.

“They are usually caught in the water at the edge of the pond.

They are tiny and they are very small.

So, you know, we can’t really fish for them here,” Scharf told the Nassua News.

He said the hawks “took their tiny fish, which are a bit larger than a dime, and they were able to catch them and eat them.”

He added that the fish “are a nice little addition to the community.”

The hawk is the first recorded instance of hawks fishing for tuna.

According to NOAA, “fishers and trappers use bait that consists of either a fish or an invertebrate, or a combination of both.”

In addition to catching the fish in the small pond, the hawkers “were able to keep the fish alive,” according to NOAA.

The Long Island Times reports that the pair was captured by a fisherman who happened to be nearby.

The fish that were caught are listed as “red-tailed,” and are considered a rare species.

NOAA also reported that they were spotted at the “fish market” off Long Island.

Scharf added that he “never knew the hawk was such a common sight, and it is great to have it on our shores.”

‘Wolves’ star James McAvoy calls out ‘bullying’ in the media

NEW YORK — The actor James McArthur is a big proponent of the idea that the Internet is a bully and he wants to change that with his own brand of online bullying.

“Bullying is a real thing.

I don’t know how many times I’ve been on the phone with my parents, saying ‘I’m going to kill myself,'” McAvoys wife, former “Wolves” actress Allison Williams, said Wednesday during a panel discussion at the Sundance Film Festival.

But McAviers response to online bullying, Williams said, has been largely “just like, ‘Hey, it’s not a big deal.'”

Williams, who is in the midst of a book tour with “Wolf of Wall Street,” said her husband would never engage in online bullying but that he’s aware that it happens.

McAvoy, who’s a huge proponent of a new, free platform called the “internet bully” app, spoke out against bullying on the panel alongside former “The Office” star Amy Poehler, who said she’d never do it.

She also took issue with McAvoirs comments about women being treated differently on the Internet, saying, “I don’t think that’s how the world works.”

McAvoys comments came a day after Poehler spoke out about the “bullying” that goes on online.

Poehler wrote in a New York Times op-ed that her daughter, who was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder at age 5, was bullied by a Facebook page dedicated to her mother’s work and the hashtag “#StopBullyingMe” was trending in her home state of New York.

The actress also said that McAvys response to the controversy was “not how we talk to one another on the internet.”

She said she was “sickened” to see how “some of his responses” were negative, but she added that she was surprised at the response she received on social media.

McAvos’ comments came after a slew of positive posts from the actor, who had been criticized by critics and critics of his social media posts.