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Hawk Hill

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Updated 05/02/2014

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Craggy Hawk Hill is the best place on the West Coast to watch the migration of eagles, hawks, and falcons as they fly south for winter. The main migration period is from September through November. As many as 1,000 birds have been sighted in a single day. The viewing area is about 2 miles up Conzelman Road from U.S. 101; look for a Hawk Hill sign and parking, right before the road becomes one way. In September and October, on rain- and fog-free weekends at noon, enthusiastic

docents from the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory give free lectures on Hawk Hill, and a raptor-banding demonstration follows at 1 pm.

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Address:

Sausalito, California, 94965, United States

Website: www.ggro.org

Updated 05/02/2014

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