One of the most important parts of starting in falconry is finding a suitable mentor who can guide you. Find out what to look for.
An experienced falconer explains the need for, and use of, falconry techniques in the successful rehabilitation of raptors.
An exploration of falconry techniques and the myths surrounding them.
Despite us giving our birds the upmost care and attention, accidents happen and we have to be prepared that things can go wrong.
Rehabilitation, one falconer and a kestrel... an important look at just how relevent falconers are to raptor conservation today.
An overview on the relevance of weight to a falconer, and how it relates to a bird's condition and performance.
Why do we 'hack' falconry birds, and how can it help us support wild birds of prey?
An firsthand insight from a falconer, into the process of and considerations when training and flying a cast of harris hawks.
An exploration of how falconry is relevent in education, and how bird of prey displays connect with the general public.
A falconer leads us through the process of the intial training and flying a pair of male peregrine falcons.
A brief guide and some tips about the actions you need to take when searching for your bird.
An article exploring best practice behaviour when falconers are running a static bird of prey display.
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