Hawkwatching during a pandemic

Hawkwatching during a pandemic

By Brian Wargo Hawkwatching has the potential to be one of the lower-risk activities for the public to enjoy but hawkwatching with others increases the risk of coronavirus transmission. HMANA encourages all hawkwatchers to be cautious when interacting with others and...
Hawkwatching In July?

Hawkwatching In July?

Hawkwatching in July? THIS EVENT IS PRETTY CLOSE The Kittatinny Roundtable, hosted by Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, is a fun and exciting day-long event for hawkwatch coordinators from Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey and Delaware. For roughly 40 years, coordinators...
RAPTORTHON – Celebrate the Migration!

RAPTORTHON – Celebrate the Migration!

March 1-May 31, 2017 Spring migration is here and what better way to celebrate than taking part in HMANA’s 9th season of Raptorthon! The purpose of Raptorthon is to have fun and to raise money to support HMANA’s and hawkwatchers’ work for raptors and hawkwatching...
Sites Across the Map Celebrate International Hawk Migration Week!

Sites Across the Map Celebrate International Hawk Migration Week!

September 17-25, 2016 Watch sites from Bonney Butte, OR to Cape May NJ and Belize to Ontario plan to celebrate IHMW from September 17-25, 2016. Here are ways a few sites plan to celebrate raptor migration. For more details, contact site coordinators for each site at...

Over 1 Million Hawks Counted During IHMW!

The Hawk Migration Association of North America celebrated its second annual International Hawk Migration Week (IHMW) September 19-27, 2015 by tallying over 1.3 million migrating hawks, eagles and vultures at over 100 sites throughout Canada, the United States and...