Coulson Harris's Hawks are all descendants of Malcolm and White Wing.
Malcolm, son of the famous Sonora, was bred by Malcolm Edwards. White Wing was a passage Texas female and Tom's best hunting hawk of that era.
Ten was an amazing, all-purpose, super-tame hawk flown by Jennifer. She is also the hawk with the 24-carat gold talon. Ten is the daughter of Lola and the granddaughter of Malcolm and White Wing. Five of our pairings include an offspring of Ten's: Isis, Shadow (male), Phish, Shadow (female), Clarice.
Lola was Jennifer's best falconry bird for many years until she was retired for breeding. Lola is the daughter of Malcolm and White Wing. One of our pairings includes an offspring of Lola's: Rooster.
WD-40 was a fantastic rabbit and jack hawk flown by Dan Pike. Dan also bred her. WD-40 is the daughter of Malcolm and White Wing. Some of her grandchildren are killing roe deer in the Czech Republic. Two of our pairings include an offspring of WD-40's: Rooster and Chaco.
2019 COULSON HARRIS'S HAWK PAIRINGS:
Moe and Phish
Moe is Brandon Casey's famous quail hawk. He has an extremely prominent keel and a lightning-quick flight style. Phish has a gentle disposition, and she is a very good jack hawk flown by Ken Jennings. Phish is laying eggs now (February 2019).
Chaco and Shadow
We are now breeding Toby Bradshaw's pair: Chaco and Shadow. Chaco's parents are Jupiter and WD-40. He is Lola's grandson. Shadow (female) is a phenomenal game hawk flown by Toby Bradshaw. Shadow is laying eggs now (March 2019).
Milo and Clarice
Clarice, is a fantastic rabbit and Pheasant hawk flown by Karl Linderholm. Milo, flown by Toby Bradshaw, is hell on cottontails. Jenn's exceptionally fast hawk, Dragon, is off of this pair. Clarice is laying eggs now (February 2019).
Tank and Sky
Arrow and Isis
Shadow and Osh
Rooster and Ramona
flown by Jennifer. He is Sky's, Storm's, and Ernie's father. Ramona was
an exceptional jack flown by Jennifer. Ramona is out of Zippy and Isis. She's a heavy hitter with a direct flight style. Her exceptionally gentle nature makes her a great hunting companion. This is a new pairing. While the pair is copulating frequently, we do not know if they
will produce offspring in 2019.
Elvis and Storm