Here are some links to other falconry blogs and websites.
The Modern Apprentice – an excellent website with a lot of resources for the apprentice falconer.
North American Falconers Exchange – You have to make a profile to post, but a lot of people use the boards and there is a load of information here.
Apprentice Falconry Forum – You have to make a profile to post. Generally useful for apprentices.
International Falconry Forum – I’ve never posted here, but it seems pretty good.
Species specific information
Merlin Falconry – Lots of information about trapping and training merlins
Afterthoughts on Flying Kestrels – by Matt Mullenix, some thoughts on kbirds a few years after he wrote “American Kestrels in Modern Falconry”
Kestrelfans Yahoo Group – List serve for people flying kestrels
Blogs and personal websites
Little Mews on the Prairie -blog by Dan and Ryan
As the Falcon, Her Bells – blog by Stephen
Phoenix Fire Falconry – blog by Caroyln
Chuck’s Falconry – blog by Chuck
Steve Bodio’s Querencia – Falconry related posts sprinkled in with other interesting topics
Toby Bradshaw’s Hawking and Falconry Website – focuses mostly on Harris hawks and jack hawking
Steven’s Hawking Page – UK hawking
Davidson Falconry – general falconry supplies; very nice hoods for fairly cheap and very nice giant hoods
Western Sporting – general falconry supplies, large selection of hard-to-find books
Northwoods Falconry – general falconry supplies
Mike’s Falconry – general falconry supplies
Falcon Products USA – general falconry supplies
Karen Rose Falconry – general falconry supplies
Pineo Falconry – general falconry supplies
John Graham BC traps – BC traps for sale. It’s easy enough to make your own, but maybe you’ve got more money than time. The traps do look very well made.
Marshall Radio Telemetry – Telemetry equipment. I know a lot of falconers who swear by Marshall equipment.
Merlin Systems – specializing in small transmitters for Merlins and other small birds, also carries receivers and dog supplies
Cedar Valley Hoods – Dutch, Indian, Merlin/kestrel hoods
Desert Dragon Falconry – Dutch, Slip-On, Anglo-Indian and Desert Hurr hoods
Falconry Hoods International – Khan, Dutch, RT hoods
Hawkhill hoods – Anglo-Indian hoods
Proctor Dutch Hoods – Dutch hoods
Raptor Art Unlimited – Dutch hoods
Ray Gilbertson – Dutch Hoods
*Note* I have never bought a captive bred bird, nor dealt with any of these breeders, and thus cannot endorse anyone on this list. Use at your own risk.
Alaska Falcons – Gryfalcons (white and silver)
American Gyrs – Gryfalcons, peregrines (Peales), hybrids, and goshawks (Russian)
Black Gyrs – Gryfalcons (black). Associated with Pacific Northwest Falcons.
Bolton Anatum’s – peregrines (anatums)
Carol Speegle – Black gyr x prairie hybrids
Crystal Mountain Falcon Farms – Gyrfalcons, gyr hybrids
Hollister Longwings – Gryfalcons, peregrines (Peales, anatums), hybrids, goshawks (Finnish, Russian), European sparrowhawks
Eurasian Eagle Owls – Eurasian eagle owls
Falcon Ridge Farms – Gry hybrids, lanner falcons, saker falcons, peregrines (Peales, anatums), prairie falcons
Gyrs.com – Gyrfalcons, Aplomados
Iowa Avian Resources – Gryfalcons
Jungemann Merlin Hybrids – Merlin hybrids
Kenny Sterner – Black gyr hybrids
Kitzman Goshawks – Goshawks (northern)
Mark Maxcy – Goshakws (northern)
North Woods Falcon Ranch – Aplomado falcons, Gyrfalcons (White, Silver, Grey, Dark and possibly Black), peregrines (Peales, anatums), Gyr x peregrine hybrids, Harris hawks
Northern Accipiter Research Project – Goshawks, Sharp-shinned hawks
Pacific Northwest Falcons – Gryfalcons, gry hybrids
Radium Falcon Farm – Gryfalcons (white, grey), peregrines (Peales, anatums), prairie falcons
Robinson Goshawks – Goshawks (northern)
Skychase – Gryfalcons, Gry x peregrine hybrids
Sky King Falcons – Gryfalcons, peregrines (??)
Sullivan Mews – Gryfalcons, Peregrines (anatums)
Three Pines Anatums – Peregrines (anatums). Site not updated since 2001
Woods Falcon Farm – Peregrines (anatums, fijian, macropus, Peales)
Vic Hardaswick – Gryfalcons, Goshawks (Finnish, Russian), peregrines (Peales, anatums)
Goshawk breeder list – list of goshawk breeders. Many only provide email without a website
Falconry Canada USA breeders list – Many of the links are broken and many breeders are listed only as email contacts. May be worth checking some of them out though.