In 2011, 712 hours were spent observing and counting hawks.

Black Vulture - 246

Turkey Vulture - 1,052

Osprey - 366

Bald Eagle - 220

Northern Harrier - 52

Sharp-shinned Hawk - 3,354

Cooper's Hawk - 190

Northern Goshawk - 14

Red-shouldered Hawk - 62

Broad-winged Hawk - 8,567

Red-tail Hawk - 1,056

Golden Eagle - 74

American Kestrel - 120

Merlin - 79

Peregrine Falcon - 62

Unrecognized - 168

Records are: Northern Harriers, 369 in 1970; Sharp-shinned Hawks, 8,873 in 1977; Northern Goshawk, 357 in 1972; Red-shouldered Hawk, 350 in 1975; Broad-winged Hawk, 15,599 in 1978; Black Vulture, 330 in 2006; Turkey Vulture, 1,023 in 2005; Osprey, 839 in 2007; Bald Eagles, 236 in 2008; Cooper's Hawk, 492 in 2005; Red-tail Hawk, 3,843 in 1999; Golden Eagle, 137 in 2003; American Kestrel, 318 in 2001; Merlin, 150 in 2005 and Peregrine Falcon, 76 in 2007.

The intern for 2011 was Glenn Nelson.