The mission of HawkWatch International is to conserve our environment through education, long-term monitoring, and scientific research on raptors as indicators of ecosystem health.
Since 1986, HawkWatch International has monitored and researched raptors across the Western United States. The data inform local, state, and federal conservation actions across North America and inspire students to learn more about math and science. Combined with a team of non-releasable Raptor Ambassadors, we work to inspire the public to help us conserve raptors and our shared environment.
- Long-term monitoring of raptor migration across a network of 8 sites
- Community science investigating the declines of cavity-nesting raptors
- Investing in the next generation of conservationists through internships, scholarships, and more
- Curriculum-driven school programs for students in grades K-12
- Community programs, including library programs, park popups, appearances at festivals, and paid, private program
- Supporting educators with STEM professional development
- Evidence-based solutions to conserve raptors around the world
- Partnerships with governmental agencies and the private sector to implement conservation actions
- Investing in the globe’s most pressing raptor research and conservation