Below is a list of links to various sites that are directly or indirectly related to falconry and/or birds of prey. These links are provided to assist you with additional information. The NCFG does not necessarily support all ideas, products or positions presented in the following links.
Carolina Hawks – Larry and Cynthia Dickerson’s Falconry Page (NCFG member) – Larry and Cynthia Dickerson talk about some basics of falconry in North Carolina. Mews, history, photos and more.
Dan Wake’s Falconry page – American Game hawker web page. Photos, links and equipment pages.
Raptors Nest – A World Wide Resource for Falconry. Here you can find a list of birds available for sale or transfer.
Roy’s Falconry Page – A falconer from BC, has info on falconry clubs in BC and more.
Steven’s Hawking Page – Scottish Falconry site
North American Falconers Association – the national falconry organization of the United States
Online gallery of internationally distinguished realist wildlife artist Abbey Walmsley www.AbbeyWalmsley.com
Raptor Gallery – LOTS of raptor photos – wild birds, falconry birds, rehab birds.
American Falconry a magazine that is devoted entirely to the sport of falconry and is produced by practicing falconers.
The Carolina Raptor Center – A non-profit organization, the CRC mission is the conservation of birds of prey through rehabilitation, research, and education.
North Carolina Wildlife Federation – The mission of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation is to be the leading advocate for all North Carolina wildlife and its habitat.
Hawk Mountain – located in southeastern, PA, an excellent place to observe fall migration. This page displays the daily counts taken on the mountain.
Cape May Hawk Watch – Located in New Jersey, this is an excellent location to watch raptor migration. This page contains information about migrations counts.
The Peregrine Fund – Working to conserve birds of prey in nature. World renowned raptor restoration projects.
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