Recent Examples of falconry from the Web
Watch knights joust on horseback, ride Da Vinci’s Flying Machine, experience the art of falconry and sink your teeth into a juicy turkey leg at this weekend festival.
On that day, visitors can immerse themselves in the world of the House of Stark with jousting shows, archery demonstrations and falconry displays.
For the more ambitious, there’s archery, horseback riding, fishing, skeet shooting, falconry and croquet.
The International Heritage Conservancy, an organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the art of falconry, will have a space in the vendor village.
The road trip breaks for a falconry demonstration in which a trainer showcases the flying skills of this majestic bird of prey, one of the most revered symbols of the Middle East.
Tribesmen in Qatar whose relatives span the modern-day borders of the Arabian Peninsula say the boycott is threatening traditions dear to them including camel herding and falconry.
Walnut Creek residents Miriam Schaffer and Jeff Idelson visited Ireland recently on a trip that included a falconry lesson at Dromoland Castle in Newmarket-on-Fergus in County Clare.
In a fascinating tidbit reported by the Financial Times, Qatari officials apparently paid close to $1 billion in ransom for the release of a Qatari falconry party abducted while hunting in southern Iraq.
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