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