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“I am active in Falconry, BASE jumping and reviving dead languages.”
“Falconry is far more awesome a sport that Horsejumping — why is only one in the Olympics?”
“Falconry," Derian said in a tone Elise immediately recognized as that of a teacher reminding a student.”
“Another cool way to get a buch of them is to get in good with someone who practices Falconry.”
“Falconry is just expensive," says Martin Lowney, director of the USDA's wildlife-control service for New York state.”
“Ive always wanted to get into Falconry, I just don't have the space or time for it.”
“The British School of Falconry in Scotland trains mostly Harris hawks, which aren't native to Scotland.”
“So on our next trip to my husband's homeland of Scotland, we booked a lesson at the British School of Falconry at the Gleneagles Hotel, whose 850 acres of Scottish highland is quite the setting for pretending to be a clan chief hunting for dinner.”
“Falconry was a popular traditional sport, which is half spectator sport.”
“Falconry in Morocco and the pursuit of big game in Tanzania appear to be the Duke of York's favourite pastimes.”
Looking for tweets for Falconry.