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Hawk Count Update

The Brockway Mountain Hawk Watch is conducted each Spring from 3/15 to 6/15.
The update for last week:

Tim reported – Between the 13th and 17th over 1,500 raptors went east past Brockway including the first Rough-legged, Broad-winged and Cooper’s Hawks, American Kestrel, and Peregrine Falcon of the spring. With the strong south winds most birds were low and close giving classic Brockway views!
~Northern Goshawk Photo by Tim Baerwald

 

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TBT ~ Post card from 1951; Brockway View – In the “Copper Country” of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Seen here are lakes Superior on the left and Fanny Hooe on the right. This spot is always a favorite stopping place with those who take the Mountain Drive. If possible take this trip in the fall of the year when nature is really in her glory.

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