Leica in the Field: Hawk Mountain Sanctuary

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In the early 1900s the Kittatinny Ridge in the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Pennsylvania was well known by gunners as the place to go in the fall to shoot hawks. By 1934 Hawk Mountain Sanctuary was founded along the ridge to put a stop to the massacre. It was the world’s first refuge for birds of prey and a game changer for conservation.

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