Title: Sharp-shinned Hawk

Plate: No. IX
Year: 1993

Size: 18" x13.5"

Process: Four Color Lithograph on Archival Paper

Condition: Good
 

Each limited-edition print is hand signed and numbered by the artist.
The smallest and most numerous of the accipiters, the Sharp-shinned Hawk feeds mainly on birds, which it catches in sudden and swift attacks. Its rounded wings and long narrow tail enable it to pursue birds through the woods, making sharp turns to avoid branches. In the East this species seems to be undergoing a decrease in number, perhaps because some of its prey species are also declining. Nonetheless, it is still one of the most common species at hawk migration lookouts in both the East and the West.

 

Price includes shipping to continental USA address.

Sharp-shinned Hawk by Richard Sloan

$90.00Price
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