Hawkeye in the News
Baby Hawks released in Scarborough
City News' Audra Brown tags along as Dan Frankian of Hawkeye Bird Control Inc. releases previously caught and removed baby hawks back to a Scarborough waste transfer station.
Bald Eagle Demonstration
Hawkeye's Dan Frankian at a US Government demonstration in Dundas Square, Toronto:
Hawkeye at the Indie 88.1 Studio
Hawkeye's contribution to "Hawktober"... a visit to the Indie 88.1 FM Radio's studio in Toronto and an interview.
Hawkeye speaks to The Eyeopener
They’ve been watched and photographed, perched on Kerr Hall’s clock tower or eating a squirrel atop a lamppost. Ryerson is home to the majestic red-tailed hawk, a lot of them, and there is nothing to fear.
Red-tailed hawks “pose no threat to students” and are indicators of a healthy ecosystem, said Dan Frankian, founder of Hawkeye Bird and Animal control.