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THE LATEST FROM HMANA

Virtual Lunch & Learn Series

HMANA is proud to bring virtual content through a monthly lunch and learn series on Zoom and Facebook!

New to Hawkwatching?

HMANA’s Guide to Hawkwatching is designed to get you scanning the skies in no time.

September Sale!

Save 20% all month long on select HMANA gifts and gear!

UPCOMING EVENTS

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PURPOSE

The Hawk Migration Association of North America (HMANA) is committed to the scientific study, enjoyment, and appreciation of raptor migration.

HMANA’s on-line database for count data and site profiles of over 200 North American hawkwatch sites.

Hawk Migration Studies

Hawk Migration Studies is now free for everyone to read online!

Raptor Population Index

The Raptor Population index (RPI) is a partnership project that produces conservation assessments and population trends derived from migration counts of raptors.

NEWS

Chasing Broadwings to Peru and Back

Chasing Broadwings to Peru and Back

It is hot with small gnats fighting to get into my eyes in early July as I scramble over boulders on the Mountain slope, sweating out whatever water I just drank, hoping to see or hear broad-winged hawks. Every year there is one nesting pair that hides its nest so...

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Virtual Lunch & Learn Series, Raptor ID Part 1

Virtual Lunch & Learn Series, Raptor ID Part 1

On Aug 19th, HMANA offered the third in the virtual lunch & learn series featuring "Raptor ID, Part 1" with Josh Haas.  For those that weren't able to join us live, please enjoy the recording of the session below.  We plan to bring Part 2 in this mini-series in...

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