Hawkwatching with the Harris Center

A kettle of Broad-winged Hawks. (photo: Bill Lynch)

In September, Broad-winged Hawks and other raptors begin their southbound migration, wheeling high along ridgelines in large groups known as “kettles.” When the timing and weather are just right, thousands of hawks may pass through the Monadnock Region in a single day. Experience this spectacular natural phenomenon alongside skilled naturalists at any of these fall hawk migration events:

Hawkwatching from Pack Monadnock on September 18
Pack Monadnock Raptor Release on September 24
“Big Sit” Migration Watch on October 9

For more information on these and other upcoming Harris Center offerings, please visit our calendar of events.