HawkArtScience: Hawksaloft.com blog

Professor Emeritus Jerry Coyne is an evolutionary biologist who also has written extensively about science, god and religion on his website: Why evolution is true. Over the last year he has posted a series of my raptor photo arrays for this audience. Enjoy these and other well-thought out content and comments.

Northern Harriers.
Red-shouldered Hawks.
Northern Goshawks.
Golden Eagles.
Rough-legged Hawks.
Peregrine Falcon.
Bald Eagle.

They've got the urge for going, and
they've got the wings so they can go.

— Joni Mitchell

Hawk•art•science blog
Truth and beauty. Art and science. Entries here will be on that flightline, although I will stray from the hawk-part on occasion, or will I? I aiming this beast at hawkheads and/or the young seasonal revolutionary biologists. It's for the flexible and young-at-heart too.
Comments, questions, excited utterances, and/or exasperated afterthoughts from you, dear reader, are welcome and will receive a reply. — Tom Carrolan
(Image above: "Recent self-portrait No.3, 2009")

Original recipe Hawksaloft.com
The Hawksaloft.com website was launched in 1997, following three years of printed handbills, plus numerous emails, all voicing my alt.hawkwatching ideas in New England. If you've been here before, the original site is archived in all its old-timey graphic glory. To navigate the old way, just click on Psychedelia the Hawk Owl and be transported back in time... trippy. Any bookmarks or links found anywhere online still work.

Not everything that counts can be counted and
not everything that can be counted counts.

— Albert Einstein