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2018 HMANA Conference

Soaring Toward the Future: New Challenges in Raptor Migration

October 12-14
Detroit, Michigan

New to Hawkwatching?

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

HMANA Membership

Be part of the continental effort to conserve raptors.

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


The Hawk Migration Association of North America (HMANA) is a membership-based organization committed to the conservation of raptors through the scientific study, enjoyment, and appreciation of raptor migration.

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.


2018 Featured Raptorthoner: Tom Reed

Announcing HMANA's 2018 Featured Raptorthoner  - Tom Reed, Cape May, NJ Tom Reed is a HMANA board member, co-editor of the American Birding Association’s Journal of North American Birds, and works on various projects for NJ Audubon’s Cape May Bird...

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New Flyers Promote Watch Sites

HMANA’s new two-sided color flyers help sites attract local people to hawkwatching and provide vital information for new watchers. View a sample of the HMANA flyer below.  To see how sites are utilizing them, visit the HMANA Site Flyer Page.  [su_document...

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