September 15, 2013

Noon-2 pm

Audience: Groups, Adults, High School Students, Public, Middle School Students, Families, Seniors, Preschool Students, Elementary School Students

Location: Marin County, Marin Headlands

Event Type: Environment/Science, Birds/Wildlife, Raptor Observatory, Seasonal/Holiday, Class/Workshop

Hawk Talks occur every Saturday and Sunday in September and October

Come to Hawk Hill in the Marin Headlands and get an up-close view of the fall raptor migration with the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory (GGRO), a cooperative program of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and National Park Service.

A GGRO docent gives an hour-long talk about hawk monitoring and identification using photos and other props. At 1 pm, a newly banded wild hawk is brought up and shown to the crowd. After a volunteer discusses GGRO’s banding program, the hawk is released.

No registration necessary, meet on top of Hawk Hill at noon.

Heavy fog or rain cancels. For more information, click here or call (415) 331-0730.

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