United We Stand
In memory of September 11, 2001

The feature video of the Corpus Christi Hawk Watch
at Hazel Bazemore County Park is now available
in DVD ($20) and VHS ($15), plus shipping and handling.
Email orders to us at TailFeather Productions.
A portion of the cost goes to HawkWatch International
in support of the watch! Thank you for your support!

The Corpus Christi Hawk Watch
at Hazel Bazemore County Park

Corpus Christi, Texas (Nueces County)

2004 Fall Watch
August 15 through November 15

"A Celebration of Flight!"

Get your travel plans finalized ... the 2004 party's going to be on Hawk Hill from September 23 - 26. Click on the linked title above for full details!


Click the links below for daily reports and counts by month:

here for the August reports archive
here for the September reports archive
here for the October reports archive
here for the November reports archive

Paul Summerskill has been doing some interesting research into the effects of fall thermal counts and raptor predictions. Check it out on his web site, Ideas by Paul, and also visit Dr. Jack's RUC BlipMap Regional Forecasts site for the current BlipMaps.
Our staff for Fall 2004:

Joel Simon - Corpus Christi, Texas
Watch Coordinator 

Dane Ferrell
Largo, Florida
Official Counter 

Scott Loss
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Official Counter 
Our sponsors for 2004:
The Corpus Christi Hawk Watch at Hazel Bazemore Park is a HawkWatch International (HWI) site.  Working with local partners and members, HWI puts significant time and financial resources into ensuring that the Corpus Christi Hawk Watch operates every year and in managing and reporting on the important data collected, so please help support their efforts and become a member.  Swarovski, one of the world's leading names in birding optics, joins us this year as a major watch sponsor. Thanks also to our other major sponsors, the Houston Endowment, and the Trull Foundation.
The Audubon Outdoor Club of Corpus Christi and donations made in the memories of Richard W. Waits and Kenneth L. Spiess provide local support. 
A special thanks to the Nueces County Parks and Recreation Department and their staff at Hazel Bazemore Park for providing such a magnificent place to watch hawks.
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