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  1. Art of Falconry; Being the De Arte Venandi cum Avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen by Frederick Second of Hohenstaufen, 1943-06-01
  2. Falconry: Art and Practice, Revised Edition by Emma Ford, 1998-05
  3. Falconry & Hawking by Phillip Glasier, 2006-06-30
  4. The Kings and Their Hawks: Falconry in Medieval England by Robin S. Oggins, 2004-10-11
  5. Falconry Basics: A Handbook for Beginners by Tony Hall, 2004-02
  6. Falconry: The Essential Guide by Steve Wright, 2006-10-01
  7. Falconry Manual by Frank Beebe, 1984-01
  8. Hawks in the Hand: Adventures in Photography and Falconry by Frank and John Craighead, 1997-07-01
  9. Observations On Modern Falconry by R Stevens, 2009-01-15
  10. The Encyclopedia of Falconry by Adrian Walker, 2000-05-25
  11. Falconry for you by Humphrey Evans, 1973
  12. Modern Falconry by Jack Samson, 1984-08
  13. History and Practice of Falconry by Allan Oswald, 1982-06
  14. North American Falconry and Hunting Hawks (Silver Anniversary Edition) by Frank Lyman Beebe, Harold Melvin Webster, 1985

1. Falconry Pro #1 Source For Falconry / Hawking Since 1994
falconry Information site with legislation links apprenticeship schemes etc.
http://falconrypro.com
Falconry Pro Falconry / Hawking . Not Just A Hobby.
It's A Lifestyle document.write(TODAY); www.FalconryPro.com #1 Source for Falconry / Hawking Information Since 1994
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Falconry / Hawking Info Falconry is an art. It requires long hours, constant devotion, finesse, subtlety and skill. The falconer must train a bird of prey to fly free, hunt for a human being and then accept a return to captivity. "Falconry is not a hobby; it’s a lifestyle," according to Ted Benzon, administrator for the falconry program for South Dakota’s Game Fish & Parks Department. Falconers must devote time to their birds each and every day, 365 days a year. It is not for everyone. It is not a suitable pastime for children. In addition, it takes a thick skin. Animal-rights activists and some environmentalists condemn falconers; some hunters claim falcons interfere with "their" hunting; and many falconers have lost a bird to inept or ill-intentioned hunters. A fledgling falconer should begin with knowledge. The beginner must learn about the various gaming birds, their stages of life, characteristics, prey, care, feeding and suitability for the falconer and the hunting environment. Some medical knowledge is a must, too, because a falconer must be able to recognize and treat health problems. That’s not all. Don’t forget learning about proper housing for the birds, and knowing how to use the equipment. Another factor to keep in mind: a falconer must know the rules and regulations that affect the sport and the laws that apply to birds of prey.

2. Online Falconry Home
A site dedicated to the pursuit of modern falconry.
http://www.onlinefalconry.com
Welcome to the beta site for Online Falconry! We are always looking for quality falconry articles and stories for publication. You can submit articles to the address listed below. You can read our latest newsletter by clicking here: Summer Newsletter You are visitor number Falkner - Forum WebRing
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3. Mikes Falconry Equipment
falconry supplier website giving details of falconry equipment, picture galleries and how to order.
http://www.mikesfalconry.com/
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4. Falconry Academy - Home
The falconry Raptor Education Foundation provides falconry experiences in the United States.
http://www.falconryacademy.com/
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The art of flying trained birds of prey after wild quarry is alive and well in the United States. Imagine the thrill of walking through a field with a falcon waiting on flying above your head at 1,000 feet or higherwaiting for you to flush a pheasant you know is there because your well trained pointers have indicated so. The falcon is in the proper position, you flush the game, the falcon turns and begins its head first dive or stoop, your adrenaline is rushing, The next thing you know the falcon hits the pheasant in the air, binds to it, then carries it to the ground where she will patiently await her reward. Picture yourself walking through a field hitting every piece of brush, trying to flush out rabbits. Your Harris Hawk is following you from tree to tree, waiting and anticipating the flushing of game. Suddenly a rabbit breaks from the brush, the hawk quickly takes off, and turns to chase the rabbit in aggressive pursuit. Eventually the rabbit out maneuvers the hawk, he turns in mid-air and returns to your glove for a small reward. This is Falconry...

5. Falconry - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
falconry or hawking is a sport that involves the use of trained raptors (birds of prey) to hunt or pursue game for humans. There are two traditional terms used to describe a
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falconry
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For the unblack metal album, see Falconry (album) It has been suggested that Day-old cockerel be merged into this article or section. ( Discuss This article's tone or style may not be appropriate for Wikipedia . Specific concerns may be found on the talk page . See Wikipedia's guide to writing better articles for suggestions. (April 2008) Flying a Saker Falcon A Goshawk A White Gyr Falconry or hawking is a sport that involves the use of trained raptors (birds of prey) to hunt or pursue game for humans. There are two traditional terms used to describe a person involved in falconry: a falconer flies a falcon ; an austringer flies a hawk Accipiter and some buteonines and similar) or an eagle Aquila or similar). In modern falconry the Red-tailed Hawk Buteo jamaicensis ) and the Harris hawk are often used. The words " hawking " and " hawker " have become used so much to mean petty traveling traders, that the terms "falconer" and "falconry" now apply to all use of trained birds of prey to catch game.
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6. Falconry Experience Days In Northumberland - Falconry Days
Enjoy a unique oneto-one falconry experience giving you a rare insight into the art of falconry. Take the opportunity to get really close to, and hands on with a range of Owls
http://www.falconrydays.com/index.php

7. Ridgeside Falconry // Specialist Falconry And Lurcher Displays // T: +44 (0)1388
Mobile falconry display team. Also pest control and tuition.
http://www.falconry-displays.co.uk
Welcome to Ridgeside Falconry
We are the largest mobile Falconry display team in the Country providing County Shows, Carnivals, Fairs and Special Event Days with an outstanding Falconry display (Birds of Prey and Lurcher Demonstrations).
We have also supplied and handled birds of prey for TV and film productions, corporate entertainment and team building events, along with school educational visits.
Our Birds of Prey Demonstrations consist of a static display of approximately 15 Birds of Prey from around the world, including owls, falcons, hawks, eagles and vultures, plus spectacular free flying displays lasting between 20-30 minutes each.
In addition to the specialist falconry demonstrations, our displays also include hunting dogs and lurchers . We explore the working relationship between bird of prey and lurchers, inviting you to experience their full speed hunting abilities.
We supply arena fencing for the safety of spectators and our hawks and a state or the art radio microphone sound system to ensure that even the largest crowds enjoy the display.

8. Falconry Information Clearinghouse - Home Page
The purpose of this site is to act as a useful starting point referencing most if not all of the World Wide Web URL resources pertaining to the Art Of falconry .
http://falconry.com/

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... -mail ~ Welcome to The Falconry Information Clearinghouse ~ The purpose of this site is to act as a useful starting point referencing most if not all of the World Wide Web URL resources pertaining to the "Art Of Falconry". Every attempt will be made to keep this site as current as possible. If you discover an out-of-date link, find a new one, or would like to add a link please contact us and we will update as necessary. Thank-you to all who have contributed. For your convenience falconry URL's have been categorized into 6 major groups based upon their over all theme and/or content. The current categories are:
  • Personal Falconry Homepages - These sites are put together by individuals, typically falconers from around the world. The content in these sites can be quite varied with many of the sites having general information about falconry as well as images of falconry birds. Falconry Clubs / Organizations - These are the web pages of the some of the worldwide falconry clubs and organizations. Typically, the content found in these sites is general falconry information, club information as well as club/organization contact information. In addition we will be listing the sites of federal and state agencies with their falconry regulation documentation.

9. Falconry - Modern And Traditional
by Lydia Ash . We all have images of elegant ladies and gallant knights riding out for an afternoon of hunting. Fine birds are perched on their fists as the ultimate of adornments.
http://primitiveways.com/falconry.html

Falconry - Modern and Traditional
by Lydia Ash
In order to actually become a falconer, every falconer has had to find a way to get a bird. This was often accomplished by either trapping a bird or by taking a downy chick from the nest. The traps that were set up then are largely still the same ones used today and carry such exotic names as bal-chatri and dho-gazza . Most simply contained bait of a bird or mammal, and then a system of nooses to ensnare the bird's feet or a way to wrap around the bird and contain her until the trapper could gain control of the bird. Some of the materials are better, fishing line has replaced horsehair, cable ties are used where leather might have been, but the functions are identical. The equipment of falconry is relatively minimal when compared to many other sports. A simple perch for the bird and a mechanism to attach the bird to the perch are two necessities. The same perch designs have been in use for centuries. The two basic designs are bow perches for hawks and block perches for falcons. The bow perch originated from simple branches bent over to create a bow shape, or even the hunter's bow stuck into the ground. The block perch is a stylized platform for the falcons to stand on. These are still made out of carved and turned wood, but may be made of plastics for an inexpensive and long-lasting piece.
A falcon on a block perch.

10. Falconry Questions-
Forum, dedicated to falconry.
http://www.falconry-questions.co.uk/

11. Falconry: Definition From Answers.com
n. Hunting of game with falcons. The art of training falcons for hunting. Alteration of French fauconnerie , from Old French, from faucon , falcon. See falcon
http://www.answers.com/topic/falconry

12. Stronghold 2 Heaven: Falconry In The Middle Ages
falconry in the Middle Ages The basic definition of falconry is the use of birds of prey to fly after quarry. During the Middle Ages it became so much more than that, both in
http://stronghold2.heavengames.com/history/falconry

13. Etchells
Information on falconry and various Hunting Disciplines related to falconry
http://www.falconry.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/index.html
Walkfit Enter Here Welcome to the Entrance to... "FALCONRY & more" Last updated on; March 20, 2007 9:26 PM A site for Falconry related information and other interests like Bonsai. I hope you enjoy what you see and read. Please sign my Guest book before you leave... Thank you. Mark Williams Link More Cartoons on SOUP2NUTZ Web site Link Problems with the pages? EMAIL ME Please.

14. Hershey, PA > The Falconry Experience
Learn the sport of falconry from a Master falconer. The falconry Experience will acquaint you with the evolution and history of this majestic bird of prey.
http://www.hersheypa.com/things_to_do/falconry.php

15. Il Portale Italiano Di Falconeria Www.falconeria.org -
Photos, videos, links, chat and information about falconry in Italy.
http://www.falconeria.org/
www.falconeria.org Il Portale Ita li ano di Falconeria! ENTER or visit www.falconryequipment.eu Falconry Classifieds:sell or buy Falconry Equipment f falconry equipment for sale, falcons for sale raptors for sale indice forum di falconeria Foto di falchi, falconeria, falconieri notizie falconieri, news falconeria ... Contatta lo staff di www.falconeria.org , altri contenuti di mappa del sito http://www.falconryequipment.eu

16. Falconry Is An Art
This web site is for A Falconer's Memoir airing on PBS.
http://www.pbs.org/falconer/falconry/index.htm
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Falconry is an art. It requires long hours, constant devotion, finesse, subtlety and skill. The falconer must train a bird of prey to fly free, hunt for a human being and then accept a return to captivity. "Falconry is not a hobby; it’s a lifestyle," according to Ted Benzon, administrator for the falconry program for South Dakota’s Game Fish & Parks Department. Falconers must devote time to their birds each and every day, 365 days a year. It is not for everyone. It is not a suitable pastime for children. In addition, it takes a thick skin. Animal-rights activists and some environmentalists condemn falconers; some hunters claim falcons interfere with "their" hunting; and many falconers have lost a bird to inept or ill-intentioned hunters. Falconry is allowed in the following states: Training Glossary HOME SITE MAP ... SDPB Online

17. British School Of Falconry | Equinox Resort & Spa | Vermont Hotel | Manchester V
The British School of falconry is the nation's first school of its kind to offer handson lessons with trained birds of prey. Guests at the Equinox are invited to try one of the
http://www.equinoxresort.com/thingstodo/falconry/

18. American Falconry Magazine
American falconry is a magazine that is devoted entirely to the sport of falconry and is produced by practicing falconers. Each full color issue contains some of the best
http://www.americanfalconry.com/
Contact us Falconry links Subscribe Back Issues ... Beginners American Falconry is a magazine that is devoted entirely to the sport of falconry and is produced by practicing falconers. Each full color issue contains some of the best photography in the industry. American Falconry is published quarterly and is jam-packed with fascinating articles covering the latest techniques in training, captive breeding and dog handling. Additional articles contain humor, adventure, personal viewpoints, and information for both the expert and beginner. Well-known authors and a fine departmental writing staff have set a new standard for falconry publications. American Falconry News Volume 53
Mailed July 16 July 16, 2010 Volume 5 3 was mailed today and will arrive in subscribers hands over the next couple of weeks. We have some great articles in this issue that should help you get through the dol-drums of the molt. Click here to see the Table of Contents . There is no video review and two book reviews again this issue simply because there aren't any new videos out and lots of new books. If anyone knows of any new falconry videos, please let me know, we would like to continue that department. Sincerely

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20. Falconry - Wikibooks, Collection Of Open-content Textbooks
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Training raptors (birds of prey) is a complex undertaking. Books containing hundreds of pages of information and advice by experienced falconers are still rudimentary at best. Many important details vary between individual raptors, species of raptors and between places and times. Unfortunately, without mentoring by an experienced falconer, raptors may be illegally taken and kept, and can be harmed by uneducated pseudo-falconers. Rather than attempt to train a raptor using only internet resources and books, it is wise to find experienced falconers and volunteer or apprentice with them. Peregrine tiercel at a falconry display in England
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