In this April 7, 2017 photo Dany a Harris's hawk keeps an eye out for any pesky birds during a day of work at the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles. Known as "The Hawk Pros." husband-and-wife falconers Alyssa and Mike Bordonaro and their birds of prey are hired guns, brought in to scare away seagulls, pigeons and other "pest birds" that create nuisances and leave behind messes. The Bordonaros have about a dozen clients, from a recycling center in the agricultural city of Oxnard to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and downtown Los Angeles' U.S. Bank Tower, the second-tallest building west of the Mississippi River.
In this April 7, 2017 photo Dany a Harris's hawk keeps an eye out for any pesky birds during a day of work at the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles. Known as "The Hawk Pros." husband-and-wife falconers Alyssa and Mike Bordonaro and their birds of prey are hired guns, brought in to scare away seagulls, pigeons and other "pest birds" that create nuisances and leave behind messes. The Bordonaros have about a dozen clients, from a recycling center in the agricultural city of Oxnard to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and downtown Los Angeles' U.S. Bank Tower, the second-tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Richard Vogel AP Photo
In this April 7, 2017 photo Dany a Harris's hawk keeps an eye out for any pesky birds during a day of work at the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles. Known as "The Hawk Pros." husband-and-wife falconers Alyssa and Mike Bordonaro and their birds of prey are hired guns, brought in to scare away seagulls, pigeons and other "pest birds" that create nuisances and leave behind messes. The Bordonaros have about a dozen clients, from a recycling center in the agricultural city of Oxnard to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and downtown Los Angeles' U.S. Bank Tower, the second-tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Richard Vogel AP Photo

Husband-wife team uses hawks to scare off 'pest' birds in LA

November 10, 2017 11:02 AM

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