The Urban Red-Tailed Hawk Photography Exhibit
My exhibit of photographs of this hawk family will open at Queens College in the Benjamin S.
Rosenthal Library Rotunda on June 11. "The Urban Red-Tailed Hawk" will present a collection of
images captured over the last four years with an up-close perspective. Each year over time,
using diverse techniques and not interfering with the hawks, I have been able to gain more of the
trust of these incredible raptors, getting closer into their world, entering their inner circle.
Eventually, I have been able to get within six feet of them on a regular basis. Most of the images
were captured with lenses ranging from 50 to 200mm; a few of the higher flight images were
taken with a stronger lens.
Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library hours (identified as Rosenthal) of operation click here.
A campus map click here. The Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library is identified on the map as building
RO in the center at the West side of the campus.
The Urban Red-Tailed Hawk
June 11 – September 30, 2007
This exhibit has successfully concluded.
Admission is free and open to the public.
Queens College has recently informed me that my photo exhibit has been extended.
"The Urban Red-Tailed Hawk" will now be on display through to September 28, 2007.