This Man Turned His Life Around by Mastering Falconry | National Geographic

Hear the remarkable story of Rodney Stotts, an ex-drug dealer who turned his life around to become a master falconer.
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Rodney Stotts used to deal drugs in the streets of Anacostia. When he started working for Earth Conservation Corps, he was able to turn his life around and discover his true passion, falconry. Now a local educator and master falconer, Stotts travels with his Harris Hawks and a lovable owl named Mr. Hoots to share his remarkable story.

In this short video, Stotts describes how he came to love and care for these unique birds and the profound impact they’ve had on his worldview.

To learn more about "Why Birds Matter," read the cover story of National Geographic from January 2018.
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2018/01/why-birds-matter/

This Man Turned His Life Around by Mastering Falconry | National Geographic
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