Science

Working globally

Hawk Mountain at work around the world

Intern graduates Dr. Ruth Tingay and Visal Sun study the gray headed fish eagle in the flooded forests of Cambodia

Hawk Mountain is an international center for raptor conservation, and works in collaborative with colleagues, and by supporting the ongoing work of our talented trainees and graduate students. Some examples include:

Kèköldi, Costa Rica
Veracruz, Mexico:
the River of Raptors  

The Batumi Watchsite, Georgia  
Khao Dinsor Raptor Count, Thailand  
The Falkland Islands

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