From the Dayton Chronicle archives


June 17, 2021

Ten Years Ago

June 15, 2011

Releasing “Hera the Hawk” was a bittersweet good-bye. Dayton resident and apprentice falconer Anne Dowdy will be returning Hera, a Red-tailed hawk, back into the wild. The hawk was hit by a semi-truck outside of Pendleton in December, 2009. During this time, Dowdy had just passed the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife test to become an apprentice fa...

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