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The Solitary Eagle

In Tours by Whitehawk Birding

The Solitary Eagle (Harpyhaliaetus solitarius) is one of the least known raptors in the Neotropics. In fact, prior to the Belize Raptor Research Institute’s (BRRI) 2011 discovery of an active nest for this species, only …

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Morocco – Migration from the Other Shore

In Tours by Whitehawk Birding

Right after we picked up our first guests, Kitty and Marshal, in Malaga, we headed to the Strait of Gibraltar. Here, we would begin our Morocco Migration from the Other Shore Tour. During the tour, …

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Stygian Owl Research by BRRI Team

In Conservation by Whitehawk Birding

In general, diurnal raptor species tend to be greater studied than their nocturnal counterparts.  However one organization, the Belize Raptor Research Institute, is changing all that. They are focusing a large part of their efforts …

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Hope is the Thing with Feathers

In Birding Resources by Whitehawk Birding

Hope is the thing with feathers; so begins a poem by Emily Dickinson. This line served as inspiration for the title of Christopher Cokinos’ book of the same name. This tome recounts the stories of …