By the time you read this, the mountain laurel will be finished blooming. But as of this writing, it is decorating our woodlands with its pale pink flowers, convoluted stems, and glossy …Read More
On Tuesday, May 7th, 2019, the Moore Township Supervisors unanimously approved revisions to its official map, which has been updated to include a delineation of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.), its scenic vistas, …Read More
Although Hawk Mountain is encased in snow and ice, we see signs of spring as our two female broadwings are returning northward for their third spring since they were tagged during summer 2016. …Read More
The Elizabeth Woods is a beautiful mountain property, fully wooded, with rocky ridge-top located in Lower Paxton Township. The purchase of the property was made possible by a Keystone Fund grant, the …Read More
WASHINGTON – In an overwhelming show of bipartisan support for America’s most important conservation and recreation program, the House of Representatives voted today to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund …Read More
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary reports that Rosalie, the Kittatinny Ridge’s Broad-winged Hawk, made it to her winter home after traveling 5478 miles. Rosalie left fairly late, around the September 14th, and arrived in …Read More
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Photos courtesy of Mary Linkevich (nest) and Rebecca McCabe (birds in-hand) In June 2018, Hawk Mountain tagged two adult male Broad-winged Hawks with 5-gram satellite transmitters with the hope of learning more …Read More