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 collaboration with colleagues, and by supporting the ongoing work of our talented trainees and graduate students. Current international research projects include:

New World vultures      
Striated Caracaras   
Hooded Vultures   
Levant Sparrowhawks   

Other global work:
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Learn about the world's major raptor watchsites now
Browse partner watchites, including international destinations

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