mission statement

To provide communication and disseminate information to interested members; to promote and benefit scientific study of all raptorial birds and their prey species; to promote and benefit appropriate methods for the care, welfare and training of raptorial species; to enhance conservation of raptors and all aspects of the environment with which they are integrated ; to enhance the legitimacy of falconry as a field sport through our actions and aspirations; to establish traditions which will aid, perpetuate, and further the welfare of falconry, raptors, prey species, and our environment.

Officers

Associate Orginizations

N.A.F.A.

North American Falconers Association

IAF

International Association for Falconry

NCWR

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

NCWF

North Carolina Wildlife Federation

USFWS

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

An RT with anklets and jesses was seen near Lake Wylie. If anyone has recently lost their bird, get in touch with Daren McGrew at gracepastord@icloud.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last/late call for photos, blurbs, essays for the next NCFG Newsletter! (Here's Pyewacket about to wack it. Photo Credit: Eric Morse, 2020) Email them to the NCFG Secretary at heatherfreemanartist@gmail.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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NCFG Newsletter - COVID EDITION!

Hey Hawkers! If you have photos, essays, recipes, brags, sob stories, tips, tricks, history, trivia, or other good stuff to share in our newsletter, please send it my way!

Email photos/words to heatherfreemanartist@gmail.com - soft deadline Friday, November 13th (flexible, just let me know).

And if you haven't seen NAFA's 2020 virtual field meet flier, well... enjoy.
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A 4-H club is looking for a falconer to speak with their group December 14th. Contact mollylahay@gmail.com if you're willing/interested. Please see below for details.

From Molly LaHay:

I am a co-leader of a 4-H Club in Nash County, the Feathers N' Fur Club that was interested in having a guest speaker at our December 14th meeting in Nashville, NC. The falconer would speak from 7-8 pm or somewhat less than that. We would be meeting in the Cooperative Extension's auditorium and would have a stage available for set up with the kids in chairs 6' apart. We usually have the speaker talk, with any possible demos and then a round of question and answers. Would you have anyone who would be interested in being our guest speaker? Thank you. mollylahay@gmail.com
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