Caretakers cleaning out a peregrine falcon nest at Pitt's Cathedral of Learning found the "withered and nearly decapitated" body of a male falcon who tried to take over the nest during the winter.
The interloper had been seen launching an attack in March. His body was discovered yesterday in a drain on the 40th floor of the Oakland landmark, which is being cleaned.
Pitt announced today that the dead bird was named Pulse and came from Cleveland. The press release stopped short of Steelers-Browns analogies.
Another whuppin' put on a visitor from the mistake by the lake.