Top 4 Falconry Forums in 2024

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Here are 4 Best Falconry Forums you should follow in 2024

1. NAFEX-Falconry Forums

NAFEX-Falconry Forums Welcome to the North American Falconers Exchange-Falconry Forums. Join the chat with other Falconers and discuss everything related to falconry here. ...Ask questions about the quarry pursued in falconry or talk about the different types of birds of prey, like Peregrines, Gyrfalcons, Red tails, Harris Hawks, Eagles, Owls, and more.more
nafex.net/forum.php
1 post / week View Recent Threads

2. The Hunting Life » Falconry

The Hunting Life » Falconry The Hunting Life is a place to discuss any subject relevant to Falconry. Share details and talk about your first Hawk with other falconry enthusiasts.... Experienced falconry experts can share advice for beginners and information on licenses and other essentials. Ask questions about birds for falconry, find out which bird is the quietest, the quickest, and more.more
thehuntinglife.com..
7.2K 2 posts / week View Recent Threads

3. Apprentice Falconry Forums

Apprentice Falconry Forums Apprentice Falconry Forums were developed to help new and aspiring falconers understand what it takes to be a falconer. The boards contain information... regarding training, health, laws, raptor management, and more! Join the discussions and find a collection of how-to videos and photo essays on how to do things like creance flying, lure training, and more.more
apfalconry.proboar..
1 post / quarter View Recent Threads

4. Reddit » Falconry

Reddit » Falconry San Francisco, California, US
This subreddit is for discussions and popular articles about Falconry from the Reddit Community. Falconry is defined as the possession and use of rapt...ors for the pursuit of game. Raptor is defined for the purpose of falconry as any bird in the order Accipitriformes, Falconiformes, and Strigiformes possessing keen eyesight, powerful talons used to seize prey, and a sharp, curved beak used for tearing into prey.more
reddit.com/r/Falconry
1.7M 1.1M 5 posts / week Oct 2010 View Recent Threads