Red Tail Hawk Blanket Throw Tapestry for Predator Bird Lover Enthusiasts

red tail hawk blanket throw tapestryDuring the 70’s birds especially large birds were severely effected by the use of DDT. Only now generations later are we finally seeing the return of many birds especially predator birds like the Red Tail Hawk. As a larger bird broods are small usually about 3 eggs of which hopefully 2 survive it takes time for numbers to increase. Everyone knows of large predator birds like Eagle but may not know of other large predator birds like the Red Tail Hawk. The new Red Tail Hawk blanket throw tapestry captures the beauty of this majestic predator bird and educates people as well as to their presence in the wildlife world. Made in the USA of 3 ply 100 % cotton the Red Tail Hawk Blanket Throw Tapestry represents not only a beautiful bird of America but also the craftsmanship and pride of a product made by Americans. Measuring a large 60″ long by 50″ high the Red Tail Hawk Blanket Throw Tapestry is large enough to adorn a wall, drape across a sofa, lay on a bed or curl up with for warmth on a chilly day. For bird wildlife enthusiasts the Red Tail Hawk Blanket is a reminder of the beauty available in the world if you just open up your eyes and your heart to let it in. The same is true for animal blanket throw tapestries that capture in beautiful artwork a world of wildlife animals.

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Posted on April 22, 2010, in animal blankets made in the USA, red tail hawk blanket, red tail hawk blanket throw tapestry. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. We see Red Tail Hawks often in our area. They are solitary birds usually not seen in pairs, majestic, Red Tail Hawks are lesser known but certainly not a lesser contribution to the wildlife world.

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