Hannah Crazyhawk lives in Eugene, Oregon and was born and raised in southeast Alaska. Hannah is a professional photographer, licensed falconer, naturalist, amateur astronomer, bird watcher, floral designer, writing tutor, and student of Fine Art. Despite Hannah’s chronic illnesses, her urge to photograph and narrate the world around her continues to be her driving force. Hannah finds her solace and healing on the wings of birds.
Hannah’s scientific curiosities and hobbies include: ornithology, botany, craniofacial abnormalities, developmental psychology, evolutionary biology, neurophysics,neurodiversity, linguistic relativity, particle physics, quantum mechanics, and cosmology. Various prominent books, textbooks, magazines, and newspapers have published Hannah, including National Geographic Magazine and Birder’s World. Hannah owns and administers two Facebook Communities; Women and Wings, a community for female falconers, and Spoonie Warriors, a support group for chronically ill humans.
Hannah is a member of The Planetary Society, Womxn in Neuroscience, The International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators, The Center for Inquiry, and The East Cascades Audubon Society. Hannah also enjoys hot baths, sarcasm, and the smell of the summer rain. And birds.