A large concentration of birds in any one place can be a nuisance. That's why falconry is used to help manage bird populations at vineyards, orchards and landfills. Riverbend's new falconry program is warding off starlings and seagulls as part of our broader efforts to be a better neighbor.
Falcons to Manage Starlings and Seagulls
Amity High School visits Riverbend
Tag along as the Ecology Club from Amity High School (Oregon) learns about what Riverbend is doing to protect the environment and be a good neighbor. Special guests: falcons Copper and Judah, and a young falconer-in-training -- Keller Haugeberg.
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