Hawks Aloft Inc.
PO Box 10028
Albuquerque, NM 87184
Phone: 505 828-9455
Fax: 505 828-9769
E-Mail: gail@hawksaloft.org

Logo: Hawks Aloft Inc.

Events, Trips and Tours

Members of Hawks Aloft can participate in special birding events.

Members at the Red-Tail Membership level ($150) or higher receive invitations to exclusive birding field trips.  Consider joining Hawks Aloft at a higher level and join us for such very special events. Become a member today.


Docent Training
Saturday, October 20, 2018
9:30am-12:30pm

Please join us for the next docent training on Saturday, October 20th from 9:30am to 12:30pm! Located at the Corrales Community Center, 4324 Corrales Rd, Corrales, NM 87048, new volunteers will be learning about the many ways to assist Hawks Aloft Inc. in accomplishing our mission.

The registration fee is $25 and space is limited so register soon! Contact Ellie Althoff with questions at ellie@hawksaloft.org or call 505-828-9455.

Register Here!
Price: $25.00

 


Photography Workshop
Sunday, October 28, 2018

Session 1
Price: $60.00

Session 2
Price: $60.00


DISCOVER THE DARIEN

DISCOVER THE DARIEN AND CANAL ZONE OF PANAMA

WITH HAWKS ALOFT & THE CANOPY FAMILY!

November 9-18, 2019

Harpy Eagle. Image courtesy of the Canopy Family.

 

Semiplumbeous Hawk. Image courtesy of the Canopy Family.

Panama is a biologically and culturally diverse country connecting North and South America. It is a haven for wildlife watchers of all kinds, especially birders. The Canopy Family has operated ecotourism lodges in Panama since 1999. Their mission is “to share the nature, history and culture of the Republic of Panamá with passion and enthusiasm, focused on customer satisfaction and guided by the principles of conservation and social responsibility.”

Hawks Aloft, Inc. is based in Albuquerque, NM, and works to conserve indigenous wild birds and their habitats through avian research, conservation education, raptor rescue, and cooperation with others. Hawks Aloft has offered trips to Ecuador, Peru, Guatemala, and other international destinations at least once a year to experience diverse wildlife and new cultures. Join Hawks Aloft and the Canopy Family on the trip of a lifetime!

 

 

 

Trip Highlights

  • Look for Harpy Eagles!
  • Visit the Darién region of Panama, a vast area of the eastern part of the country with no roads and diverse wildlife. Stay at the Canopy Family’s Canopy Camp.
  • Explore local culture, including a native Embera village.
  • Relax and enjoy rainforest-level views from the famous Canopy Tower.

Click Here for the detailed Itinerary.

Click Here for more details and registration information.

Red-legged Honeycreeper. Image courtesy of the Canopy Family.

For more information, please visit our page!

Register here.


Guatemala: Birding the Highlands and Lake Atitlán with Hawks Aloft
January 26 – February 5, 2019

Spot Bat Falcons and more! Image courtesy of Debbie Sturdivant Jordan.

Tucked into the beautiful highlands of the Sierra Madre range in Guatemala is beautiful Lake Atitlán, whose name is derived from the Nahuatl language, meaning “at the water.” Here, at high elevations in the heart of Central America, Hawks Aloft is partnering with Holbrook Travel and Flyway Expeditions to bring our friends an experience like no other. During this 10-day journey, we’ll seek out rare and native species in this region of Guatemala, which is nestled in the middle of one of the world’s prime migratory corridors. Birders will also have the opportunity to connect with locals who care about conservation through Audubon’s bird-tourism initiative, Santiago Atitlán. A portion of the proceeds of this excursion will be donated to conservation efforts in Guatemala.

Beautiful Antigua, in Guatemala. Image courtesy of Steffi Lopez

 

 

 

Interested? Find the full itinerary of the trip and all associated costs in downloadable PDF form here. Or check out a full description and register for this epic trip on Holbrook Travel’s website here.

We can’t wait to experience Guatemala with you!

 

 

 

 

Guatemala’s Lake Atitlán, image courtesy of Sandy Schmidt.

 

Guatemalan women weaving. Image courtesy of Etel Castillo