Hawk Mountain: The World's First Raptor Sanctuary

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Hawk Mountain: The World's First Raptor Sanctuary is a full-color celebration of the birthplace of raptor conservation located along the Appalachian Flyway in east-central Pennsylvania. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of its founding in 1934, informative text and joyous photography come together to enlighten and envelop us in the majesty of the mountain and the raptors that frequent it.

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  • 5
    This is the remarkable story of Rosalie Edge, an environmental advocate and pioneer of her time. It is filled with gorgeous photos and Jim Wright does an amazing job telling the story.

    Posted by carol carley on Feb 27th 2021

    I highly recommend this book. It tells a powerful story and would make a great gift for anyone who loves history and cares about our birds and our environment.