The Broad Winged Hawk is one of the smallest hawks in North America. It often migrates in large flocks,
sometimes numbering into the thousands. The Broad-winged inhabits forests with streams or ponds,
because it has a fondness for cold blooded prey like frogs and snakes.
The hawk in this sculpture is shown with a freshly
caught crayfish. This piece has a full compliment of individual wing
and tail feathers and is made from aluminum. It is perched on a natural
branch mounted on unbreakable poly-carbon with natural river stones
and sand to bring the whole piece together. It is then mounted on
a two inch thick shaped walnut base. Like all of Daniel's sculptures,
this is a hand crafted one of a kind original. Purchase includes a
letter of authenticity signed by the artist.