“Hawk Mountain has gladdened the hearts and quickened the minds of many. ” - Rosalie Edge
Pine siskins (Carduelis pinus) are North American birds in the finch family, recognizable by the yellow on their wings and streaking on their chests.
Photo by Mary Linkevich.
Winterberry (Ilex verticillata) is a species of holly native to eastern North America. This was found blooming in our Native Plant Garden!
Photo by Gigi Romano.
American Kestrels have eyespots on the back of their head
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Hawk Mountain scientists, interns, graduate students and research associates study raptors here and across the globe.
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Hawk Mountain is the oldest and largest, member-supported raptor conservation organization in the world.