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In this video image released on Tuesday by Fox Sports North, Kirby, an American Kestrel, sits atop the right field foul pole with a large insect it caught. Associated Press

Bird perches on Target Field foul pole

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MINNEAPOLIS -- There is more than one way to catch flies at the Minnesota Twins' new ballpark.

During a game at Target Field last week, a bird of prey was spotted sitting atop the right field fowl -- er, foul -- pole. With a steady rain falling and the Twins being shut out by Baltimore, the bird drew plenty of attention as it swooped through the air, snaring insects lured by the bright stadium lights.

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