I did a search on this and, surprisingly I didnt find any threads with this on it...I got a little interested in it while readint Timothy Good's Book
"Alien Contact: Top Secret UFO Files Revealed"...its a pretty good read for anyone interested in this...I would also recommend for people to read
David Darlington's "Area 51: The Dreamland Chronicles"
UFO's: The Aviary
Some of these birds tell us that the "secret information"
that they give us is "partly disinformation and partly true".
Sheesh! If I gave them a wine glass and told them it was partly
champagne and partly horse urine, would they take a sip?
(Uncle Phaed's UFO Investigator's Handbook)
One evening in October, 1988, I happened to be channel-hopping on the TV set when I came across a program called UFO Coverup? Live!, produced by
Michael Seligman and orchestrated by William Moore. The high points of the show were interviews with two "government informants" calling themselves
by the code-names Falcon and Condor. The "informants" were interviewed behind screens, and with their voices electronically disguised in order to
prevent retaliation by the government. During the course of his interview, Falcon claimed that the MJ-12 group had its headquarters at the Naval
Obervatory in Washington D.C. and that the U.S. Navy had "primary operational responsibilities of field activities relating to MJ-12 policies."
Falcon also said that an extra-terrestrial was a guest of the U.S. government at the time, and that the aliens had a secret base at Area 51 in Nevada.
Condor added that the aliens liked "Tibetan music" and strawberry ice cream. Moore would later say that the program contained a substantial amount
of disinformation, although some of it was true.
Who were Falcon and Condor?
Bill Moore claims that he was recruited to feed disinformation to Paul Bennewitz by an individual with the code-name Falcon, and that his "contact"
was Richard C. Doty. He further claims that Falcon was someone highly placed in the intelligence community. He says that, over several years, he and
Jaime Shandera developed many contacts within the intelligence community, many of whom were given bird code names by Moore and who are collectively
known as the Aviary. Lately, this group of contacts has been given a status similar to the MJ-12 group by some sources, but in the beginning, they had
no relationship except that they were all people known by Bill Moore. At least that's the impression I get from comparing the early mentions of the
Aviary to the more recent information about them.
Timothy Good, Robert Hastings, and others share the opinion that Condor is Captain Robert M. Collins(ret.), a former AFOSI officer at Sandia National
Laboratories, now a consulting engineer.
As for Falcon, the co-producer of UFO Coverup? Live! said he was Richard Doty. Linda Howe says that Doty told her he was Falcon. On the other hand,
Michael Seligman, producer of UFO Coverup? Live! says it wasn't Doty, and Richard Doty and Bill Moore insist that Falcon is someone in the Defense
Intelligence Agency in Washington. They say that Doty's code name is Sparrow. Richard Boylan names Commander C. B. Scott Jones as Falcon. Other
sources say that, although Jones IS a member of the Aviary, his code name is Chickadee, not Falcon. Jones is a former officer with the Office of Naval
Intelligence, he spent 30 years in the intelligence field overseas. He has been involved in governemnt research and development projects for the
Defense Nuclear Agency , Defense Intelligence Agency, and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, among others. He's also a former aide to Senator
Claiborne Pell, who has had a long-standing interest in UFOs and the paranormal.
The only other member of the Aviary that we can find mentioned by Bill Moore is Seagull. Moore doesn't say so, but other sources say that Seagull is
Dr. Bruce Maccabee, optical physicist at the U.S. Naval Surface Weapons Lab in Maryland and consultant to MUFON. Maccabee is well-known for his
involvement in the Gulf Breeze UFO sightings case.
Many of the reputed Aviary members have been involved in paranormal research such as "remote-viewing".
Other supposed members of the Aviary:
Blue Jay: Dr. Christopher Green, Chief of the Biomedical Sciences Department at General Motors and former head of the CIA's "weird desk" UFO files.
Pelican: Ron Pandolfi, CIA Deputy Director for the Division of Science and Technology, and current head of the CIA "weird desk" UFO files.
Hawk: Lt. Col. Ernie Kellerstrauss, retired. He worked at Wright-Patterson AFB and supposedly lived with an extraterrestrial for a while.
Penguin: Lt. Col. John Alexander, director of the Non-Lethal Weapons Department at Los Alamos National Laboratory, and has reputedly been involved in
remote-viewing, psychic warfare, and mind control experiments. He is said by some to be the "Colonel Harold E. Phillips" named as head of the "UFO
Working Group" in Howard Blum's Out There.
Chicken Little: Dan Smith, civilian UFOlogist. Smith is said to be a sort of liason between the Aviary. and various UFO interest groups in and out of
government. He takes his UFOs with a strong dose of religion from what I have read.
Raven: Dale Graff, did contract oversight for the Defense Intelligence Agency at Wright-Patterson AFB.
Owl: Harold Puthoff, Stanford Research Institute, worked with Ingo Swann who supposedly trained PSI-TECH in remote viewing.
Morning Dove: Jack Vorona, headed up "SLEEPING BEAUTY" psychotronic warfare project, apparently reported missing recently. Some sources say he is
Nightingale: William Moore, the man himself, co-author of The Roswell Incident and The Philadelphia Experiment, disinformer against Paul Bennewitz,
If the Aviary truly exists as a group, the only thing that they may have in common is an interest in UFOs. Whether the rest of the group is involved
in the spreading of disinformation as (allegedly) are Sparrow, Falcon, Condor, and Nightingale, is unknown.
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