“Progress will come, as always before, through the courage of the young who see visions.” - Rosalie Edge
62 species of African raptors regularly migrate
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Photo by Lyle Russell
The Principles of Raptor Conservation are guiding documents for Hawk Mountain Sanctuary on issues that affect birds of prey.
Avian influenza and raptors: ecological considerations and ways to reduce the risk
Peregrines and pigeons: their interactions and ways to reduce them
Windpower and raptors: their interactions and ways to reduce them
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Hawk Mountain is the oldest and largest, member-supported raptor conservation organization in the world.