Hooded Immature Peregrine Print by Ronald David Digby
Object ID 2010.61.4

The Rendezvous is our largest annual event attracting falconers from around the world. It is an opportunity to gather and support the mission, celebrate falconry heritage, and honor those falconers who have passed.

Standby for details on the 2024 Rendezvous, to be released this Fall.

Thursday, April 13th

7:00 PM – Film Screening of Overland, at The Flicks Theater downtown Boise

Friday, April 14th

9:00 AM – Featured Speaker Session The Art & Craft of Falconry, Oxford Suites Ballroom, Boise
Featured Speakers - The Art and Craft of Falconry Special Session

  • Tony James, falconer, IAF/BFC leader, legend
  • Marisol Pachianno falconer, painter
  • Ross Matteson falconer, sculptor
  • Steve Tait, falconer, hoodmaker, artist, taxidermist
  • DongSeok Woo falconer, artist, craftsman

1:00 PM to 4:00PM - Tours of The Archives & Special Special Exhibit: The Traditional Falconry Craft of Northeast Asia and Japan

We are excited to announce a special addition to this year's Rendezvous: Join Korean falconer, artist, and craftsman Dongseok Woo and his friend and fellow falconer-craftsman Tsuyoshi Matsuura, for a special exhibit at The Archives displaying the links between traditional falconry craft of northeast Asia and Japan.

4:30 PM – Reception at The Archives Celebrating the Craft of Doug Pineo - includes a temporary exhibit of Doug's craft.

Special Note: If you have any Pineo items you would like to display temporarily at this reception, please consider bringing them or mailing - all will be returned at the Rendezvous. If you would like to inquire about bringing a Pineo item - please contact us at [email protected]

5:30 PM – (Reception continued) In honor of Doug Pineo's commitment to conservation, Dr. Rob Davies and Dr. Chris McClure will unveil the Global Raptor Impact Network 2.0 App - a global raptor conservation tool supported by The Archives of Falconry, IAF, Skip Tubbs, Chris Barnes, and falconer donations.
Dr. Rob Daviesis a falconer, conservationist, and Director of Habitat Info Inc.
Dr. Chris McClure is The Peregrine Fund's Executive Vice-President of Science and Conservation

Saturday, April 15th

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM - Tours of The Archives & The Peregrine Fund's World Center for Birds of Prey

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM – Wall of Remembrance Induction at The Archives

6:00 PM to 9:30 PM – Banquet, Keynote, Raffle, Idaho Ballroom at The Oxford Suites
Banquet Keynote address: Mark Upton falconer, painter