The Bird Guy Wide

The last ten years of Ypsilanti resident Craig Perdue’s work have been dedicated to avian wingspans, flesh-tearing talons, and incredibly sharp beaks. He is now sharing his passion with an 11-year-old girl. In 2002, Perdue became a certified falconer, he…

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The last ten years of Ypsilanti resident Craig Perdue’s work have been dedicated to avian wingspans, flesh-tearing talons, and incredibly sharp beaks. He is now sharing his passion with an 11-year-old girl.
In 2002, Perdue became a certified falconer, he currently owns a Harris’s Hawk, a Peregrine Falcon, a Great Horned Owl, a European Starling and plans to acquire more birds. Whether its cooking in his kitchen, or driving on the highway, there seems to be one of his raptors near by. It’s Perdue’s personal mission to interact with his “pets” in a microcosm of wildness and nature.
“I really am fascinated with how the birds think and understanding the mind,” he says. “No better way to do that except by really participating with the bird, doing what it does, living with the bird.”

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