A Visit To A Falconry Meet ( Post 2 Today )

I was lucky to be invited to a falconry meet. The hospitality was fantastic. Fun to watch folks involved in a passion that requires a huge commitment. Of course I mostly wanted to shoot the birds. It was a fun two days for sure…

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6 Responses to A Visit To A Falconry Meet ( Post 2 Today )

  1. Impressive birds but what a lot of time and patience it must take to train them. You’d have to really like what you were doing, I guess.
    You got some great shots of them!

  2. Kirk Graves says:

    Great pictures, thanks for sharing your talent with us!

  3. Ellen Bunnell says:

    Wow, what an experience you had AND THE PHOTOS ARE AMAZING. So many different kinds/species (probably not the right word) of Hawks. Each very impressive birds. Simply WOW!

    • Jim Johnson says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      It was a great experience, a new one for me. At my age not to many new things so it was extra joyful. Three species were there. Goshawk, Red Tailed Hawks, and Harris Hawks. Yep, wow…

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