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RAPTORa D | Experts discuss impact of the use of birds of prey over rodenticide in Ventura

A hawk, one of many native raptors to Ventura County, has been unknowingly employed by the Watershed Protection District as pest control. Look, in the sky! It's a bird, it's a pla - actually it is a bird, a raptor, to be to precise, acting sentinel over Ventura County's many dams and levees with one goal in mind: to prevent rodents from damaging important infrastructure.

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