Author Jim Wright and I spent two years collaborating on a coffee-table book about Hawk Mountain, published by Camino Books in 2009.
From the publisher:
Beginning in the 1870s, Hawk Mountain, in rural eastern Pennsylvania, was a
prime killing ground for thousands of raptors, as hunters targeted them on
their southward migration each fall. Spurred by the heroic efforts of Rosalie
Barrow Edge, a conservationist and benefactor, the carnage ended and a sanctuary was born.
Today, Hawk Mountain is known worldwide as a leader in raptor research
and education, attracting thousands of observers annually. To celebrate its 75th
anniversary, Kevin Watson and Jim Wright have created a one-of-kind coffee table book that includes breath-taking images, archival photos, and an in-depth look at the sanctuary
not only during the fall migration but also year-round.
Here, finally, is a book that does justice to the magnificence of Hawk Mountain and its
Click here to purchase "Hawk Mountain" on Amazon