falconry


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falconry

the sport of hunting with trained falcons.
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I hope to teach my son falconry just like my father did with me," he added.
Qatar Tribune spoke with Jamal Mohammed al Suweidan, proprietor of Sudanthil Center for Falconry about the heritage of falconry and its practice today among Qatari falconers, be they young or old.
If people want to go to the falconry, they must get a prior appointment and we then take them there.
Joshua Parker, complete with crown, tries his hand at falconry.
Falcon races and international falconry festival gather falconers from across the world to promote the art among the young generation and pay tribute to Unesco which has described falconry as cultural heritage.
Another highlight was the falconry show, which saw birds of prey swooping through the site, arriving on the gauntlet of the expert falconer.
It will enable us to showcase falconry to a much wider audience.
Children and their families enjoyed themselves at the free bird box workshop and falconry display at Teesside Park.
The couple were watching a flying display at Northwich-based Cheshire Falconry.
Summary: The registration of falconry as a world intangible heritage at UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity project, which has been adopted by the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), is one of the unique heritage projects that stand for cultural co-existence between nations throughout the world, said H.
AT the second International Festival of Falconry held at Englefield Estate in Reading, UK, HRH Prince Andrew, the Duke of York was presented with a white female gyr falcon on behalf of Abu Dhabi by HH Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority.
The New Hampshire School of Falconry in Deering, N.