falconry


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falconry

the sport of hunting with trained falcons.
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The Unesco will share its plans to preserve and sustain falconry as a human heritage.
Their keepers, Ridgeside Falconry - one of the largest mobile falconry display teams in the country - will be presenting the collection of birds and chatting to shoppers.
Husband and wife team Mark and Mandy French, plus head falconer Derek Clark, will be putting on shows at Matfen Hall Hotel every afternoon until the winter, while continuing to stage falconry experience days from their own centre at Simonburn near Hexham.
Today and tomorrow Phil-ippa will be performing falconry displays at the castle's Grand Medieval Mle.
Tiny tots, some of them just three years old followed the footsteps of their fathers as they displayed their love for falcons and falconry as a sport when they participated in the sixth edition of the Fakhr Al Ajyal (Pride of the Generation) Championship for Falconry Telwah organised and supervised by the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center (HHC) in the Juniors category at the dedicated Fazza Falconry Championship site in Ruwayyah area off Emirates Road (exit 55) in Dubai recently.
Fazza Championship for Falconry Day 7 Image Credit: Staff Report
The festival reflects Katara's keenness to preserve and promote Qatar's rich culture and heritage by providing a world-class platform for enthusiasts and practitioners of falconry and associated activities, the statement notes.
The 'Bentayga Falconry by Mulliner', which costs Au75,000 ($97,000) over the standard price, is fitted with a perch between the front seats.
Falconry is now a multi-million dollar industry with all the equipment used, from the drones and tracking devices to the lures, leather falcon hoods, leg restraints and gloves sold in markets and shops throughout the world.
The Academy's falconry team performs for nearly 600,000 spectators a year at sporting events and educational visits nationwide.
The event was being run by Ridgeside Falconry, Phill Gibbons and his wife Tracy, from Spennymoor, which boasted the largest mobile display team in the country.