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Photo By Senior Airman Clayton Cupit | U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet 3rd Class James Barney, a falconer at the academy...... read more read more. Photo...
Columbus Monthly - 3 days ago
It's a beautiful, mild day in August, and I am staring into the dull blue eye of a decapitated chick head on the leather glove covering my outstretched fist. A whistle blows—two short, shrill...
Horse Racing Nation - 3 days ago
Caymans, who raced to a Group 2 win for Godolphin in 2008, is also thriving in his new line of work: falconry. It's not a typical destination for retired Thoroughbreds, but the one-eyed,...
WTAJ - 4 weeks ago
What makes a bird unique and why are they the head of the vertebrate class for flying? Get your questions answered at Falconry at the Fort! Falconry at the Fort is set for Sunday, September 24 from...
The National - 3 weeks ago
Ms Al Mansoori wants to change this. Last year, she paired up with South African falconer Angelique Engels to teach women introductory courses in bedouin and western falconry. Next month, they will...
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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.