Deer, who ran against Hawk (Kica) to see who was the fastest. Hawk was very fleet, but Deer prayed for rain, which fell in torrents and drenched Hawk’s wings so that he flew with difficulty and but slowly. Hawk lost the race and Tcubio killed him, cutting out his heart and burying it in the Uñatanopi shrine.



  • Fewkes, Jesse Walter. (1906). "Hopi Shrines near the East Mesa, Arizona." AA 8, no. 2, p. 369.