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  • A shot from the open house – a gyr taking advantage of an alternative perch, with a sakeret and a line of peregrines behind her.

    Aggressive mimicry

  • And at the far end of the museum an hourlong film, with narration by the actor Laurence Fishburne over footage of dancing gyr falcons and gamboling pachyderms, will be projected onto a large screen.

    Dances With Elephants

  • Left: "Primitive" Hybrid gyr 'Tuuli' on traditional screen perch, and Right: "Modern" Harris hawk 'Charlie' on PVC pipe carry-pole

    On Falconry

  • The second is a local female falconer who's also been through before, with her gyr-peregrine hybrid.

    grouse Diary Entry

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    Mash-up: Placeopedia

  • Catching sight of Lady Blysse's peregrine, the white gyr-falcon shrieked defiance and rage, echoed a heartbeat behind by the black gyrkin.

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • Don't remember all the birds they were hunting with (sage grouse season for falconers opens early), but they had a peregrine, gyrfalcon, and a gyr/peregrine cross.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • The gyr falcon is less than the Icelander, but much larger than the slight falcon.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 339, November 8, 1828

  • Before the seat of the young earl, who was Inewl's nephew, there was set up a post, and on it was the figure of a gyr-falcon, of pure gold, and marvellously wrought, with wings outspread and talons astretch, as if it were about to strike its prey.

    King Arthur's Knights The Tales Re-told for Boys & Girls

  • Apulia in Italy, and built the city of Ar-gyr'i-pa, where he now resided.

    Story of Aeneas


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