Gryfalcon missing in Agassiz

Gryfalcon missing in Agassiz

Escaped from a falcon breeding centre, last seen near McCallum Road

A resident of the local falconry has gone missing.

Monica Cromarty, who runs a falcon breeding centre with her father John Lejeune, said one of birds flew out of a net while they were working on improvements to the birds’ pens.

If you see the gryfalcon, who was lost around McCallum Road, please contact Cromarty at 604-796-9511.

More to come.


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