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Rodney Stotts is one of the few African-American falconers in the United States, and his path to this ancient practice was not an easy flight. Growing up in Washington, DC during the crack epidemic, Rodney lost friends and family to drugs and street violence. He was destined for the same, until he joined Earth Conservation Corps, an organization that included inner city kids to clean-up local rivers and habitat to encourage wildlife restoration. Discovering a love of birds along the way, Rodney devoted himself to the art and sport of falconry. An intimate and soaring portrait of Rodney’s passion as he passes on his wisdom to his son, and pursues his dream of building a bird sanctuary outside the nation’s capital to share his love of birding with the next generation.

Screening Sponsored by Ecology Project International

  • Year
  • Runtime
    75 minutes
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Northwest Premiere
  • Director
    Annie Kaempfer
  • Producer
    William Stefan Smith