Meet Kaz, the New Zealand Falcon: Felto…

It is a perpetual problem for vignerons and a highly expensive one, both in loss if crop and requiring very costly netting or futile acoustic sound deterrents, both of which these clever scavenging Aves quickly learn to ignore. There is however, a more natural approach, indeed almost ridiculously logical, a bird of prey to scare others away. Except, that as the smarter species, these days we invariably ignore the inherent rhythms of nature and the complexities of ecosystems and how they maintain an extraordinary delicate balance—to life. Actually, we seemed to have perfected ignoring all such wisdom and have become experts in destroying ecosystems.

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