Thursday, September 10, 2009

Welcome to Hawk Migration Notes!

Welcome to HMANA’s new blog!

Six board members and staff of the Hawk Migration Association of North America will be posting regularly here at Hawk Migration Notes. Our team blog will cover topics about raptors and raptor migration that we hope will be of interest to hawkwatchers, hawk enthusiasts and HMANA members.

We expect to include HMANA news, news about hawkwatches, upcoming hawkatching events, up to the moment migration news and more. Our plan is to blog 2-3 times each week during the fall and spring migrations, with likely lesser frequency during the off-peak times.

We will post photos, both those we have taken and those from others, if you send them to us. We encourage you to comment to our posts or about hawkwatching in general.

Your blogger this week is me, Carolyn Hoffman. I’m editor of HMANA’s Hawk Migration Studies and a longtime Pennsylvania hawkwatcher. If you have photos you’d like to see here, you may send them to me digitally, scaled down to no larger than 800x600 pixels. E-mail them to carolynh07 at earthlink dot net.

I hope you'll enjoy our posts, and we look forward to hearing from you.

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