NorthEast Hawk Watch

 

NORTHEAST HAWK WATCH 
Tenth Regional Hawk Migration Conference
Hawk Watching in a Changing Landscape

Holyoke Community College, MA
April 4, 2015

YOU CAME…... YOU SAW...… YOU COUNTED!
Join us as we reflect upon those counts.
What do they tell us about raptor populations or breeding success?

NEHW          Motels          Directions          Presentations          Registration         Flyer

Presentation topics:   

Abstracts

 
·  Telemetry Tracking of Nestling Broad-winged Hawks   Rebecca McCabe
    American Kestrel populations may be bouncing back!
·  Increased Red-shouldered Hawk Breeding Populations in CT 
 
     Shannon Kearney
   
 · Live Birds of Prey   
   · Innovative Kestrel Nest Box Project   Tom Sayers
Red-shouldered Hawk, immature
       
  · Wintering Golden Eagles in NY: Camera Traps and Telemetry   Andy Mason 
       
  · Falcons on FIRE (Fire Island Raptor Enumerators):  33 Years of Falcon Trends along the Barrier Beach: comparison to Lighthouse Point  Drew Panko&Trudy Battaly
       
  · Identifying Red-shouldered Hawks   Steve Walter
       
  · Documentary: Norman Smith Snowy Owl Project   Shawn Carey 
       
 

·  more to come

 
          

     Red-tailed Hawk Ready for Action
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE - April 4, 2015
Registration  8:00 - 9:00
Morning Session  9:00 - 12:00
Lunch 12:00 - 1:30
Afternoon Session  1:30 - 5:00
   
 

 
Additional information will be posted here as it becomes available. If you would like to receive email notices, send a note to Trudy Battaly with 'NEHW conference' on the subject line: merlin@pipeline.com
 
Broad-winged Hawks migrate in large kettles

 

NEHW
TheNorthEast Hawk Watch (NEHW) promotes the systematic study of hawk migration in 8 northeast states. This involves collecting, organizing, publishing, and distributing hawk count data. Members receive a 36-page annual report on migration in our region, including long-term data and migration trends for many hawk watches not available anywhere else. We are the first self-sustaining chapter of the Hawk Migration Association of America (HMANA).

 
 

JOIN US AT THE BARGAIN MEMBERSHIP COST OF $10!   Or use the Registration form.

 
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NEHW Conference, April 4, 2015, Holyoke, MA. 
Email questions to: Trudy Battaly merlin@pipeline.com  
Updated: 02/15/15 URL: http://www.battaly.com/nehw/conference