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The Archives of Falconry is a community resource. Members of our community often have fascinating insights and expertise relating to our collection. When they visit and have a story to share, we take the opportunity to record their perspectives and share them with you.
On April 14th, 2023, attendees of our annual Rendezvous were treated to a series exploring the relationship between falconry and art. At the banquet the next day there was a Keynote from falconer-artist Mark Upton. For those of you who missed them, here are those presentations.
On April 8th, 2022, attendees of our annual Rendezvous were treated to a series called "Exploring Global Falconry Heritage." At the banquet the next day there was a Keynote from Munir Virani. For those of you who missed them, here are those presentations.
Fascinating people come through our doors. Sometimes we get them to sit down and chat. When we can, we'll bring you these in-depth conversations with fascinating members of our community.
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