Meet Our Raptors

Louise—Eurasian Eagle Owl

Jim Tigan
Louise, nicknamed Wi hatched in 2010. Detailed information on Louise can be found on the home page.
 

Bebee—male Lanner/Saker Falcon

Kathleen Collins
Hatched in 2007, Bebee is our most handsome Raptor and possibly our best demonstration Falcon. Bebee came from Mark Moglich’s breeding project

Falstaff—male Saker Falcon

Jim Tigan
Hatched in 2008 from Martin Stansi and can be seen in the Mythbusters episode “Speed Camera Myth.” Falstaff has been trained to fly alongside Jim while he is paragliding.
 

Bandit—tiercel Peregrine Falcon

Jim Tigan
Hatched in 2007 from Art Tawatari’s breeding project. He was used as a falconry bird in California and South Dakota until he came to live with us in a much more reasonable climate.

Knuckita—a female Lanner Falcon

Kathleen Collins
Hatched in 2006 from Stewart Russell’s breeding project. Knuckita did abatement work in Illinois at Landfills and at Kennedy Airport. Enjoys putting on a demonstration for a crowd.
 

Little Brother—male Harris Hawk

Jim Tigan
Hatched in 2008 from Jim’s breeding project. Uncle Murray’s real brother. He is actually older than Uncle Murray and far outweighs his brother.

Uncle Murray—male Harris Hawk

Kathleen Collins
Hatched from Jim’s breeding project in 2009. Kathleen’s favorite Raptor next to Louise – he is super sweet and often talks to her in his squeaky voice.
 

 

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