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What happens to Toronto's urban wildlife when the trapper is called

November 17, 2014 | 10:14 pm By Rosemary Westwood | Metro

When coyotes attack — as they have in recent weeks in Mississauga, dragging one Yorkshire terrier clean off its leash — Dan Frankian sometimes gets a call. “They come to me and say, ‘Could you euthanize them please?’” said Frankian.

secret-life-of-pigeonsThe Secret Life of Pigeons

Hawkeye's Dan Frankian assisted in the making of CBC's The Nature of Things with David Suzuki. 

city-news-baby-hawksCity 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.

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raccoon commercial garbageRaccoons have been hot news lately, following animal-cruelty charges against a Toronto man who allegedly took pest control into his own hands, attacking baby raccoons with a shovel. Extreme measures to be sure, though anyone fighting a critter invasion can relate to the frustration. Here, we offer some less aggressive (and entirely legal) solutions for getting rid of the garbage-eating invaders in your life.

bald-eagle1Hawkeye's Dan Frankian at a US Government demonstration in Dundas Square, Toronto:

Hawkeye's contribution to "Hawktober"... a visit to the Indie 88.1 FM Radio's studio in Toronto and an interview.