Identifying Hawks in Flight- Online

Sponsored by Mass Audubon Education
September 9, 2021 (Thursday) 7:00-8:30pm








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Every autumn millions of hawks migrate south, providing the best opportunities to see them in flight. However, identifying hawks in flight is very different from seeing them close-up in photos. This online presentation will introduce you to the eleven most commonly seen hawks in New England, providing the 'keys' and a few tricks for you to begin identifying them at a distance on your own. By the end of the course, you'll know where and when to look for them, and how to identify what you find.

Presenter: Paul M. Roberts, who has been studying hawks, their migration, and identification for several decades. He founded the Eastern Mass Hawk Watch (1976) and is past president of the NorthEast Hawk Watch.

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Lincoln, MA 01773
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