Agave - Red-tailed Hawk
16 inches high x 12 inches wide

“Time of day is important for finding raptors. We found this stunning bird getting his first sun of the day down in Arizona’s Sulphur Springs Valley on a cold winter morning. A few minutes earlier and the hawk might be sheltering in the trees. A few minutes later and he was warm enough to start searching for breakfast, leaving us to wonder: who knew the agave stalks were strong enough to hold this raptor?”

Award of Excellence
Art of the Plains 2024
American Plains Artist Thirty-ninth Annual Juried Exhibit & Sale
Fort Concho National Historic Landmark
San Angelo, Texas, June 27 - August 4, 2024

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