NCFG Update – August 8th, 2020
You can now reach me (Heather Freeman) at Secretary@NCFG.org. I’ll do my best to respond within 24-hours, now that I have access, and it looks like the other officer emails are working as well.
Paying Dues/Joining on the Website
If you’ve been trying to log onto the website to join and pay/renew your dues, but haven’t been able, it’s not you — it’s us. We’re working on this, but it may take a bit longer. I’ll report when it’s officially working — we really appreciate your patience!
In the meantime, please pay your 2020 dues with a check made out to NCFG and mailed to NCFG c/o Anne Steinert P.O Box 2514 King, NC 27021. You can download a PDF of the current application form here.
Meets / Picnics
We’re still sorting this out (obviously COVID is a giant works-gutting-wrench). Once we get dates and details figured, I’ll post it here and email the membership. Again — thank you so much for being patient. It’s appreciated!
Some version of our annual Introduction to Falconry and Apprentice Workshops are being planned for the Fall, with dates and locations TBD.
If you have photos from the 2018, 2019, and/or 2020 hunting seasons/meets, please shoot me a message at Secretary@ncfg.org. We hope to get some new pictures on the website once we get the other things fixed. Thank you to those who’ve already sent photos, it’s appreciated it!
Out-of-State Falconry Licenses
If you’re a non-NC falconer looking to get an out of state license, please contact Wanda Mugo (Administrative Assistant-RAPS, NC Wildlife Resources Commission) directly at 919-707-0061 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She’ll need a copy of your SC (or other state) falconry license and then she can set you up to purchase your NC Falconry and NC Falconry Hunting licenses.
Thanks again, all!