Tony Angell, ‘Fly By, AP 1/1’, 2017, Foster/White Gallery

The Cooper's hawks of our woods have done well raising young nearly every year. What impresses me is how well people and hawks can keep company. Unless I really seek them out I wouldn't know they were there. A few times, as I stood on my porch a hawk would round one corner of my studio and fly by within arms length. On each occasion I've caught what seemed to be a calm almost nonchalant look on the hawk's face. Without words it seemed to say, "So, what's the big deal? I live here too." -Tony Angell

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American, b. 1940, based in Washington, United States

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