Sasha Wolf Gallery is an exhibition space that specializes in contemporary photography, specifically documentary and post-documentary based work.
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Northern Oriole, Icterus galbula. Taken from cat by Elizabeth Dickens. May 1, 1924.
Canvas Back Duck, Aythya valisineria. Male, loaned by Elizabeth Dickens.
American Kestral, Falco sparverius. Found by Albert Northrup Jr.
Red-Shouldered Hawk, Buteo lineatus. Female, Cranston RI. Collection of Harry S. Hathaway. March 16, 1864.
Blue Jay, Cyanocitta cristata
Great Blue Heron, Ardea hernias. Found dead in road by Richard Conley. November 15, 1947
American Woodcock, Scolopax minor. Male, collection of Harry S. Hathaway. May 19, 1890
Barn Owl, Tyto alba. Blind in one eye- telephone wire victim. Found by George Grime. December 25, 1943
Indigo Bunting, Passerina cyanea. Storm victim, David Lewis donor. April 20, 1961
Yellow Crowned Night Heron.
Great Egret, Casmerodius albus. Brought to Block Island by Captain Alfred Jacobsen. Alighted on fishing vessel "Friars" at Georges Bank during N.E. storm. April 2, 1931
Northern Flicker, Colaptes auratus. Killed by an automobile, Milton Mitchell, donor. August 1, 1925.
Red-Tailed Hawk, Buteo jamaicensis. Found beneath wires by Stanley Stinson. December 11, 1929.
Belted Kingfisher, Ceryle alcyon. Female, telephone wire victim, found by Matilda Sanchez. December 8, 1930
Virginia Rail, Rallus limicola. left: killed by storm found by Clara Wescott March 8, 1923. right: Killed by S.E. Light salvaged by Charles Rogers Jr. September 26, 1935.
Wood duck, Aix sponsa. Female, taken at Block Island.
Cardinal, Cardinalis cardinals. Found by David Lewis and Edward Conley. December 5, 1966
left: Black-billed cuckoo, Coccyzus erythropthalmus. Killed by flying against a lighted window, presented by Alice Northup. May 6, 1925. right: Yellow-billed cuckoo, Coccyzus americanus. Killed by South East Lighthouse, salvaged by Charles Rogers Jr. September 23, 1935
Ruby- throated Hummingbird, Archilochus colubris. Taken from a cat by Ralph and Roger Grime. May 24, 1937.
Northern Lapwing, Vanellus vanillas. Evidently shot. Salvaged by Thelma Tinker. November 20, 1932
Red-headed Woodpecker, Melanerpes erythrocepholus. Fabayan Allen, collector. May 22, 1966.
Wilson's Snipe, Gallinago galling. Found beneath telephone wire by Harriet Mott. November 25, 1936.
Greater Yellow Legs, Tringa melanoleuca. Female.
Greenbacked Herons, Butorides striatusleft: Immature: taken from a cat by Mr and Mrs Herb Winsor. September 23, 1944. right: Male, Wired victim found by Mary Elizabeth Lewis. May 18, 1944
Yellow Warbler, Dendroica petechia, Immature, storm victim, found by Elizabeth Dickens. August 2, 1946.
Purple Gallinule, Porphyrula martinica. Killed by a cat, presented by Lila Rose. May 28, 1928.
Evening Grosbeak, Coccothraustes vespertinus. Wire victim, found by Michael Wagner. November 18, 1959.
Ring-Necked Pheasant, Phasianus colchicum. Male, found by Arthur Rose Jr. and William Lewis.
Yellow Breasted Chat, Icteria vireos. Found beneath telephone wire by Harvey Allen. October 9, 1926.
Virginia Rail (young), Rallus limicola. Taken from a cat by Francis and Thelma Tinker, June 23, 1930.
Northern Flicker, Colaptes auratus. Killed by an automobile, Milton Mitchell, donor. August 2, 1925
Northern Pintail, Anas acuta. Hugh Pierce, Donor. November 21, 1945
Catbird, Dumetella carolinensis. Telephone wire victim, found by Louise Jacobsen. May 30, 1935
American crow, Corvus brachyrhynchos. Telephone wire victim, salvaged by Hebert Thomas.