Hawk watchers gather at Putney Mountain

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Putney Mountain is a sky- island of glacier-scrubbed bedrock that towers 1600 feet high with a view of the Connecticut River and Mount Monadnock to the East. To the West is the West River Valley, Bromley, Stratton and Mount Snow. It’s a relatively easy Sunday climb, kept open by a local conservation Alliance. In the fall it’s a magnet for migrating hawk s—and hawk watchers.

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