Onondaga Audubon Program Raptor Migration at Franklin Mountain Hawkwatch

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Marcellus Free Library
Friends Community Room

Event Details

The Franklin Mountain Hawkwatch is one of New York’s premier fall raptor migration sites. Overlooking the city of Oneonta, this spot is particularly noted for late-season flights of Redtailed Hawks and Golden Eagles. In 2018, 323 Golden Eagles were tallied there, the highest total in the hawk watch’s 30-year history. Andy Mason is co-president of the Delaware- Otsego Audubon Society, co-chair of the Franklin Mountain Hawkwatch, and a regular, active counter at Franklin Mountain. Come to this Onondaga Audubon meeting to listen as Andy describes the latest updates on these fascinating raptors’ movements. Open to the public - all are welcome.
Event Type(s): Everyone
Presenter: Onondaga County Audubon Society
(315) 673-3221