Contact Hawkeye Bird and Animal Control LLC


Hawkeye Bird and Animal Control LLC
5600 N Flagler Dr. #705
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Ph: 1.833.833.4295

5600 N Flagler Dr. Suite #705, West Palm Beach FL 33407 1-833-833-4295

Birds of Prey

Hawkeye Bird and Animal Control uses Birds of Prey as a natural and humane way to control behavioral patterns of pest birds such as gracklespigeons, geese, sparrows and starlings. Taking advantage of the natural relationship between predators and prey, our raptors are trained to scare and chase pest birds from any given area.  Pest birds quickly learn that the area is not safe and keep their distance. Falconry provides faster and longer-lasting bird control results than other 'scare' methods such as electronic noise makers, shooting or trapping alone. For absolute best results, we use falconry in conjunction with other methods. Falconry is truly nature's way of bird control.


Raptors/Birds of Prey used in Falconry include:

Peregrine FalconFalcons:

Family: Falconidae
Small to medium-size birds with long pointed wings making them particularly swift flyers. Falcons take over the old nests of other birds instead of building their own, and will occasionally lay their eggs on cliff ledges or in the hollows of trees.  Includes; Peregrine and Gyr Falcons and American Kestral.

Great Horned Owl Owls:

Owls are generally specialized for low light and nighttime hunting. They have specialized feathers to reduce air turbulence over their wings, allowing them hunt with total silence. Owls have great eyesight and incredible hearing.  Includes; Great Horned, Barn and Eurasian Hawk Owl.

Red tailed Hawk Hawks:

Accipiters - Medium sized hawks that are ambush-type hunters, swopping down from a concealed perch to catch their prey. They have excellent eyesight and long tails for steering in tight areas. Includes; Goshawks, Coopers and Sharp-Shinned Hawks.

Buteos  - Larger Hawks with wide wings for soaring in the sky looking for prey in large open areas. They are also referred to as Buzzards. Includes; Red-tailed, Red-Shouldered and Broad-winged Hawks.

Bald EagleEagles:

The largest birds of prey with long and wide wings and massive talons for grabbing prey. Booted Eagles have legs and feet covered