Working to preserve New Mexico’s wildlife and unique landscapes for many generations to come.

What We Do

Avian
Research

Raptor
Rescue

Conservation
Education

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Hawks Aloft, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization incorporated in 1994 and based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

We work to conserve indigenous wild birds and their habitats through avian research, conservation education, raptor rescue, and cooperation with other organizations.

We believe that this work helps to preserve New Mexico’s unique landscapes and wildlife populations for many generations to come.

News from HAI

Bat Caves of the Armendaris Ranch

08 Jul 2023

A Once in a Lifetime Experience August 10-11, 2024 Members Only Field Trip $250/per person (Limited to 10 participants!) Sign up date will be announced online, July 2024 We also will take a wait list. Questions? Contact Gail.  We are beyond thrilled that we will once again be able to visit the Jornada Bat maternity colony…

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Ecuadorian Cloud Forest and the Galapagos Islands

08 Jan 2023

Hawks Aloft and Holbrook Travel Presents June 18-29, 2024 $7495 per person (includes land cost only) Join Gail Garber and Hawks Aloft as we return to one of our favorite places on Planet Earth – the Galapagos Archipelago!  After our first magical trip there in 2018, everyone agreed it was the trip of a lifetime!…

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We’re pleased to announce: we finally got our new t-shirts!

05 Sep 2022

Get your own or gift a fellow bird lover! The price is $30 regardless of size and all shirts are short-sleeved. Thanks to our very own Joe and his wife, Stephanie, modeling the shirt along with Beauty, the star of the shirt design. She is such a character!

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Presenting Our Panama 2023
Gallery of Images

Our trip was planned around the mass migration of North American raptors through the isthmus of Panama, as well as a quest to find a Harpy Eagle. It was an incredible journey that far exceeded our hopes. The three primary photographers, Tom Mayer, Larry Rimer, and Gail Garber returned with a lovely assortment of images that we share with you in this gallery.

White-Necked Jacobin

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