A Day In The Field With The Georgia Falconry Association

Some gorgeous photos of red tails in the field and a positive review of a falconry field meet

Kevin's Chronicles

The Georgia Falconry Association is a group of individuals dedicated to preserving the art and practice of falconry, as well as educating the public on the conservation, management and ecology of raptors. By pure good fortune, I happened to come across their website this past Friday and discovered that their annual event/hunt was taking place this weekend just 30 minutes from my home. I emailed the President of the association to inquire whether I could tag along and he invited me to show up the next morning.

I arrived at the hotel early and enjoyed some good conversation with others as we awaited instructions. After a quick group photo, those who would be attending as observers were assigned to those who would be hunting with their hawks. I joined the group that would be hunting with Red-Tailed Hawks at “The Chili Lady’s” property. Ms. Liz always makes a big batch of chili…

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One response to “A Day In The Field With The Georgia Falconry Association

  1. Sandy Rosvanis

    What stunning pictures. Thanks for sharing!

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