“The time to protect a species is while it is still common.” - Rosalie Edge
In spring 2014, Hawk Mountain biologists will tag and track the long-distance journey of broad-winged hawks that nest on the Sanctuary. This will be the first time ever that juvenile broadwings have been studied using this new technology. Read More
Golden eagle in flight
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