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2 million raptors pass central Panama

Hawk Mountain conservation partners in Panama have reported the highest-ever one-count of migratory raptors, and drone technology recorded it all. See now what a two-million-raptor flight day looks like. Read More

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Comments from North Lookout

11/24/2014
The morning rain cleared by 8am and the rest of the day was warm and saw a light movement of raptors with eagles in the latter half of the day. The last eagle perched in a tree along the slope of Owl's Head.
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  • Species Count for 11/24/2014
  • Black Vulture 5
  • Turkey Vulture 0
  • Unidentified Vulture 0
  • Osprey 0
  • Bald Eagle 5
  • Northern Harrier 0
  • Sharp-shinned Hawk 3
  • Cooper's Hawk 0
  • Northern Goshawk 0
  • Unidentified Accipiter 0
  • Red-shouldered Hawk 0
  • Broad-winged Hawk 0
  • Red-tailed Hawk 8
  • Rough-legged Hawk 0
  • Unidentified Buteo 0
  • Golden Eagle 0
  • Unidentified Eagle 0
  • American Kestrel 0
  • Merlin 0
  • Peregrine Falcon 0
  • Mississippi Kite 0
  • Unidentified Falcon 0
  • Unidentified Raptor 0
  • Other Raptor 0
  • Total Count: 21
  • Species Count for 11/24/2014
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