A Red Tailed Hawk found shot with an arrow in Newtown is being cared for by a local rehabilitation organization. The hawk was caught in the area of Boggs Hill Road and Palestine Road last week. Christine's Critters is caring for the bird and notified the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, which is investigating the case. It's a federal offense to shoot hawks, which are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918. The hawk was treated at South Wilton Veterinary Group and then transferred back to Christine's Critters for at home care on pain meds, antibiotics, and fluid therapy.