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Hawk CloseupOne of Hawkeyes bird control technicians was featured in the Odd Jobs Series, an occasional feature in The Record, written by Greg Mercer.  It features local people that have unique and interesting jobs.  Hawkeyes bird control technician is a falconer.

raccoonTORONTO - Jack Fava doesn’t condone violence to raccoons, but he is fed up with the damage they leave behind.

Fava owns a house on Symington Ave., two blocks from where two baby raccoons were beaten to death and another severely injured Wednesday in an incident that has seen a homeowner charged.

Since Fava moved into his home in 1998, the dark-eyed bandits have been destroying his property.

Coyote spotted near downtown Toronto, prompts warning

coyotee 4A large coyote roaming through Cabbagetown on Sunday prompted police to issue a public safety alert, warning residents to keep close watch on their children and pets.
The animal was spotted by locals in the Sackville and Carlton Streets area, just west of Riverdale Farm, on Sunday morning. Police responded and saw the animal, but it fled into a ravine near Wellesley Park.

Hawkeye at the Outdoor Adventure Show Toronto
International Center, Mississauga ON

outdoor adventure 2016February 19 – 21, 2016 Hawkeye Bird and Animal Control created quite a draw at the Outdoor Adventure Show.  Dan Frankian and Team were there promoting their Falconry for a Day Experience where you can visit Hawkeye and spend the day flying a bird of prey.  In tow were 2 falcons, and a Eurasian Eagle Owl putting on quite a show for visitors. 

tn drake2016Photo Shoot with Drake for the 150th Issue of the magazine XXL

One of our Owls ‘Boo’ had the opportunity to pose for the 150th Issue of XXL with famous Toronto born and raised hip hop/R & B singer Drake.  It was a unique experience for Hawkeye Team.  Boo is developing quite a repertoire for appearances at events, shows, and now working with the stars. 

we support reach for rainbow Dan Frankian along with his team of birds from Hawkeye are proud supporters of Reach for the Rainbow, a non-profit organization who helps children and youth with disabilities integrate into mainstream society through summer camps throughout Ontario. 

 

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