The Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division is looking for information to find the person who shot an arrow through a Red-tailed Hawk. The division received reports of the wounded falcon Sunday in the Hartselle area of Morgan County. A member of the Alabama Hawking Association responded to the scene but was unsuccessful in their efforts to capture the hawk for medical treatment. Efforts to locate and capture the bird continue today. “Hawks are protected by state and federal laws. Most sportsmen make good, ethical choices, and don’t like to see when others choose not to,” the division said in a Facebook post, which was accompanied by a dramatic photo of the wounded hawk. Anyone with information on who shot the bird is asked to call 1-800-272-GAME. All information is kept anonymous.