Sunday, October 3, 2010

Hawk Mountain

I am at one of North America's most iconic birding locales, and one of the most important places in the history of American bird conservation.

Yesterday was decent atop this eastern Pennsylvania mountain, and I'm just about to head out the door for more. Got lots of neat photos, and more comprehensive posts will follow.


Cape May Wren said...

Jealous, so very, very jealous... It's been 20 years (yikes) this fall since I was a intern at HMS. Such a magical place.

Looking forward to hearing--and seeing--more about your trip!

(You wouldn't be making an extension to Cape May, would you? Seeing as how you've made it this far east...)

Russell Reynolds said...

Always been a dream of mine to go there, Enjoy it Jim but don't get sidetracked , waiting here to hear your presentation Tuesday here in Lima. haha

Jana said...

Yes! One of my favorite places. I can't wait to see your pictures and read what you write about it.

Jana said...

Here's an interesting etymology of the word kettle. It is relevant to Hawk Mountain.