Each night crows gather in extraordinary numbers to sleep. When they decide to "roost" in your downtown, they leave behind an unsightly and unhygienic mess on the sidewalks, benches, signs, parked vehicles, and everything else beneath them.
We use specially trained hawks to evict crows from their haunts and clean up the neighborhood. Crows recognize and respect the threat posed by a free-flying raptor. Even though nobody gets hurt, they understand that the hawks mean business and they need to find a new place to sleep.
"All you needed was a hawk! As soon as the hawk showed up the crows began screeching... and within half an hour there wasn't a crow in sight."
–ABC News, Hanford CA
So far, [falconry] has been a big thumbs-up. We’re seeing crows move out of the areas that were most problematic and really that downtown stays more clean."
–Executive Director, Portland business improvement district