The New Yorker - 1 week ago
Iseppi, who is forty years old, traces his interest in falconry to his childhood, in South Africa. One day, through a classroom window, he spotted a man and his hawk hunting guinea fowl. “It was...
OCRegister - 3 days ago
Striping reveals how San Clemente's reconfigured northbound intersection of El Camino Real and Camino Capistrano is designed to work. (Photo by Fred ...and...
Business Insider - 4 weeks ago
Sure, Ferraris and Lamborghinis are awesome. But can they host a trained bird of prey? Sadly, no. The new Bentley Bentayga Falconry by Mulliner,...
ThisWeek Community News - 3 weeks ago
Dorrian, an east Columbus resident, operates the Ohio School of Falconry, the only school of its kind in Ohio and one of just a handful across the country. An organizational-development consultant by...
Bravo (blog) - 2 weeks ago
What Makes a Middle East Vacation So Unique (and Epic)? Falconry, Dune Bashing, and Fearless Hotel Gazelles. PART 16: Compared with beaches or urban experiences, the desert vacation may be the most...
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Hunting could be allowed at 4 state parks
Second quarantine set in Okanogan County to control poultry movement
Avian flu quarantine lifted in Clallam County
Quarantine set in Okanogan County to control poultry movement
Avian flu quarantine lifted in Benton, Franklin counties
USDA sends team to SE Washington to assist in avian influenza response
WDFW seeks public’s help in testing wild birds for flu
OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking the public’s help in testing waterfowl and other wild birds for a type of avian influenza that has killed tens of thousands of chickens and domestic turkeys in British Columbia and has recently been detected in wild birds in Washington. An infected domestic guinea fowl has also been confirmed in Oregon.
USDA Avian Health Announcement
Washington Gets Federal Help With Avian Flu Testing
SEATTLE (AP) — Federal and state officials are testing wild birds in Washington state to see how far a type of avian influenza has spread.
Avian Flu Confirmed In Washington State Wild Birds
SEATTLE (AP) — Agriculture officials said Tuesday they’ve found avian influenza in wild birds in Washington state but there’s no immediate public health concern.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture said separate strains of the H5 virus were identified in a northern pintail duck and a gyrfalcon.