NORTHEAST HAWK WATCH 
Eighth Regional Hawk Migration Conference

Holyoke Community College, MA
March 18, 2006

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?

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Presentation topics to include:    (Program in pdf)

 

 
·  Raptor Population Trends (BW, SS)
        
Chris Farmer PhD, Hawk Mountain
  
·  Raptor Population Index (RPI)
        
Ernesto Inzunza, RPI Project Manager
   
 American Kestrels in New England
            · Nest Box Project -
JoAnne Mason
           · Migration Studies - Larry Fischer
 
· A Brief History and the Current Status of the Peregrine
      Falcon in New England
- Julie Victoria, CT DEP 
     
·
Establishing and Funding a Raptor Migration Watch Site
       
Iain McLeod , NH Audubon
    
·
 Raptor Migration in Malaysia - Robert De Candido, PhD
 
             
        ·  Goshawk Nesting Studies in NH - Mariko Yamisaki PhD, US Forest Service  
               
       ·  Looking Skyward - A Passion for Hawk Watching - Shawn Carey  
             
       ·  Saw-whet Owls:  Isotope Studies - Migrants and Winter Owls
                                  
Trudy Battaly, Drew Panko, Larry Fisher, NEHW
 
      
       ·  Live Birds of Prey - Tom Ricardi  

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE - March 18, 2006

     
Registration  8:00 - 9:00
Morning Session  9:00 - 12:00
Lunch                          12:00 - 1:30
   Round Table Discussion, 12:30 - 1:30

Select a raptor topic and discuss with speakers and others during lunch.

Afternoon Session  1:30 - 5:00
   

Registration

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

 

 

NEHW
The NorthEast Hawk Watch (NEHW) was founded to promote the systematic study of migrating hawks. This involves collecting, organizing, publishing, and distributing hawk count data. We are the first self-sustaining chapter of the Hawk Migration Association of America (HMANA). Even with non-profit status, however, we have the expense of publishing and mailing the count data. We need your membership to help us accomplish this important task, seeking to answer the many unexplained questions relating to hawk migration.

 

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

 
Help Us Publicize the Conference
Please print the flyer below, and post it at your favorite hawk watch or nature center.
  • Flyer  (Right click and save as target)
 
NEHW Conference, March 18, 2006, Holyoke, MA. 
Email questions to: Trudy Battaly merlin@pipeline.com  
Updated: 01/25/11 URL: http://www.battaly.com/nehw/conference