Who We Are

Finances and Accountability

A commitment to transparency

2016 Annual Report  
Hawk Mountain wants you and every member of the public to know as much as possible about how we operate and use your donations. The staff stands ready to serve you and our raptor conservation mission. 

Financial Disclosure
Our goal is to provide complete transparency. Below are links to the latest financials:
2016-2017 Audit
2015-2016 Audit

2015-2016 IRS Form 990

Four-Star Rating on Charity Navigator
The nation's largest and most utilized evaluator of charities has awarded Hawk Mountain Sanctuary its coveted four-star rating--the highest rating possible--for three consecutive years. View the Hawk Mountain profile on Charity Navigator now. 

Donor Privacy and Other Important Policies
Our Privacy Policy is available for your review, along with:

Document Retention Policy 
Whistleblower Policy 
Conflict of Interest Policy   
Donations Policy and Procedures  
Purchase and Procurement Policy

Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is responsible for the financial health of the organization. The board sets policies and hires and reviews the President. Board service is 100% voluntary. Board members receive no financial compensation. The board meets three times per year with the annual meeting in early November, and every member of the board is considered a major investor of Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. Committees may meet more often.

2017 Board of Directors

President Keith L. Bildstein, Ph.D.
Scientists and Educators
Bookstore, Administration and Support

Plans and Other Documents

The Hawk Mountain Land Management Plan guides decision making, land use, and proper long-term management to help balance visitation with wildlife habitat protection.

Land Management Plan, Part I 
Land Management Plan, Part II  
Land Management Plan Atlas

The Hawk Mountain Education Plan included recommendations from the Education Advisory Council in conjunction with staff and board. It includes strategic goals and objectives to move forward our conservation mission.

Hawk Mountain Education Plan

The Hawk Mountain Science Advisors recommend goals in conservation science and meet every five to eight years in conjunction with staff and board.

Science Advisors Report  

The Acopian Center: The First 10 Years

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