“Hawk Mountain was at once a symbol, a standard to which conservationists might rally. ” - Rosalie Edge
A sharp-shinned hawk (Accipiter striatus) was spotted today, perched on a branch outside the Visitor Center offices.
Photo by Bill Moses (1/10/16).
The Barred Owl (Strix varia) is a large owl native to North America known for its distinctive hoot. One was spotted calling out over our Raptor Care.
Photo by Bill Moses.
Female Peregrine Falcons weigh 50-60% more than males
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Take in the views of the Mountain and the migration.
Visit us to learn more about migratory hawks, eagles and falcons and their special conservation needs.
Hawk Mountain scientists, interns, graduate students and research associates study raptors here and across the globe.
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Join friends like Joan Jacobs, an 18-year volunteer who helps us care and share the Sanctuary.
Hawk Mountain is the oldest and largest, member-supported raptor conservation organization in the world.