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2020 Raptorthon!

2020 Raptorthon season is here. Sign up your site or check out where Raptorthongs are being held and support our teams as they raise money to support their migration sites!

2019 Research Grant Awardees

HMANA is proud to announce its 2019 Research Grant Awardees!

Winter Raptor Survey

It’s Winter Raptor Survey Season! Fall hawkwatching may have wrapped up at your local site, but that’s no reason to stop looking for hawks. Learn about how you can create your own Winter Raptor Survey driving route and help collect valuable data on wintering raptors in your area. 

Monarch Butterfly Partnership

HMANA has partnered with MonarchNet to help monitor Monarch Butterfly Migration!

HMANA Membership

Be part of the continental effort to conserve raptors.

New to Hawkwatching?

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


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.

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

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.


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2019 HMANA Research Grant Awardees

2019 HMANA Research Grant Awardees

Establishing a Raptor Migration Count and Conservation Initiative in Columbia  HMANA grant:  $1000 Esther Viviana Vallejo Santamaria, a past conservation science trainee at Hawk Mountain, PA is planning to share all the raptor knowledge she learned at home in Columbia...

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New England Meet Up   Summary

New England Meet Up Summary

HMANA’s Northern New England Meet Up Summary Meet Ups are a relatively new idea for us at HMANA. Rather than only offering week-long raptor themed tours during migration or the colder months, we decided to expand our range of tour offerings to include these shorter,...

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Raptor Road Trips to the Northeast!

Raptor Road Trips to the Northeast!

Fall is by far the busiest time of year when you work for a raptor migration organization. Despite the ever-present pull to go out and watch hawks, there is always a never-ending list of things to be done from behind a computer. This fall, site coordinator Julie Brown...

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