Sandstone Indian Thunderbird

Published on November 18, 2012 by Amy

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Sandstone Indian Thunderbird
Sandstone Indian Thunderbird

Red-Tail Hawk

Red Tail Hawks, though a protected species, are quite numerous in this area. In fact, the Red-Tail was made famous when “Pale Male”, a light-colored Red-Tail Hawk, arrived in Central Park in New York City in 1995. I found the body stone first, thinking it might be a small hammer head, but I couldn’t find any impact marks on this hard shale piece. Later I went back and found the matching shale head and red sandstone tail. A cute little dead-ringer for the real thing. Were some red-tails lighter in color shortly after the last Ice Age? Gray Pennsylvanian glacial slate body with gray and white-stripped glacial banded slate head and red sandstone tail, 3 parts. 3.0h; 164 gm

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