To find out more about these organizations, follow the links below. Their work is very important for the conservation and greater appreciation of birdlife – please support them!
BECOME AN FKH
BECOME AN FKH SPONSOR:
The Florida Keys Hawkwatch project is ready to receive tax-deductible donations and/or sponsorship at any point.
For the 2011 season, the Florida Keys Hawkwatch is operating under the auspices of Tropical Audubon Society, a tax-exempt non-profit organization under the 501(C)(3) category in the state of Florida. A certificate is available upon request.
Every little bit helps – Individual donors as well as contributions from organizations and companies allow FHK to operate through the season. Please contribute by clicking the “Donate” button, or by mailing in a check to the address below.
Contributors may write a check out to “Tropical Audubon Society” – with “Florida Keys Hawkwatch” written in the Memo field. Checks should be mailed to:
Rafael A. Galvez
18810 SW 97 Av
Cutler Bay FL, 33157-7829
Sponsoring organizations and companies will benefit in the following:
- Featured on FKH banners at the monitoring site during the migration season, atCurry Hammock State Park, Marathon FL,
- Hundreds of people visit FKH every fall,
- Organization or company logos on 2011 season t-shirts and brochures
- Through a “citizen science” initiative, dozens of participants will operate FKH this fall,
- Hundreds of brochures will be handed out during the 2011 season,
- Hyperlinks and logos will be included on the FKH blog: floridakeyshawkwatch.wordpress.com
- Facebook and social media exposure and visibility though posts, features, links: http://www.facebook.com/floridakeyshawkwatch
- A strong social media push continually connects FKH to a large community of followers online.
Below are links to sites that offer essential services for the tracking of migratory birds:
HawkCount – Facilitates the tracking and reporting of raptor migration sites throughout North America.
Badbirdz Reloaded – Tracking bird migration over Florida with the help of Doppler radar.
Woodcreeper – Tracking bird migration over New Jersey using Doppler radar and a community of diehard birdwatchers.
Miami Bird Board – Tropical Audubon’s rare birds reporting community.