I'm a raptor fanatic. From 1994 to 2003 I was a volunteer at The Lindsay Museum in Walnut Creek, CA. I helped to care for their non-releasable education raptors. This involves working with several dozen raptors, from kestrels to red tails to goshawks, and everything in between. I was also a part of the eagle team, working with their non-releasable bald and golden eagles. From 1995 to 1999 I worked in their Wildlife Rehab center as well. Job changes forced me to give up that part. I was also a volunteer at the California Raptor Center at UC Davis for a while. I worked with their non-releasable raptors and their rehab birds. It's a wonderful place.
I'm currently a director of California Foundation For Birds Of Prey, a rehab and education organization based in Placer County, CA that specializes in eagles.
I'm a licensed falconer, and have flown several hawks, and currently have a male Harris' hawk named Mojo. Modoc, the Redtailed hawk I started working with in 1998 was released in April 2003. I hope to update this website with more stories soon.
Oh, by the way, I'm also a Network Administrator, I'm lucky enough to have a job that will allow me me freedom I need to work with birds but still pay the bills. You can look at my resume here.
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