Birds of prey can be used to ward off a variety of wildlife; pigeons, waterfowl, gulls, and more. Using raptors is an eco-friendly way to prevent property damage, reduce wildlife born health issues, and unwelcome wildlife. Typical applications include theme parks, resorts.landfills, airports and more.
Pictured Above: A Harris Hawk watches over a water park to keep Western Gulls from a nearby landfill away from guests.
We bring live birds of prey to you your corporate event, private party, school, or community gathering. We show you the natural adaptations of these amazing animals through up-close encounters and even live flight demonstrations - when possible. No event is too big or too small.
Pictured Above: Charles Gailband with Penelope, a Ferruginous hawk, at Ramona Hawk Watch 2019
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