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Foxer Cards
Digital Artist, Alex Benn was commissioned to produce this image of my working Large Munsterlander dog. If you like his work then contact him for a quote.
Beach Bird Bruce Haak

Beach Bird.

Trapping and flying Passage Peregrine Falcons in the USA by renowned falconer Bruce Haak.

For more details and how to order this book.

Large Munsterlander-Gracie

Large Munsterlander- Großer Münsterländer

I am working my second Large Munsterlander bitch and for me they are an excellent falconry dog.
My Large Munsterlanders are from the Raycris Kennels, my first was obtained direct and my second from Cazooska Kennels from a mating of a Raycris bitch to a superb German stud dog.

Falcon Mews Raptor breeders
Falcon Mews is a UK breeding facility for quality raptors. Large and small falcons, hawks and eagles are all bred here.
Falcon Mews exports to the Middle East and Far East as well as supplying experienced falconers in the United Kingdom and Europe.
Bek Travel in Mongolia

Back to Bek Travel for that adventure trip to Mongolia.
Back to Bek Travel was founded by Aynabek Khavduali who originates from Olgii in Western Mongolia. After travelling the world for studies and work Bek decided to go back to his home base from where he organises all kinds of travelling experiences.

Bek is a Mongolian Kazakh like most other people in Bayan Olgii and he speaks Mongolian, Kazakh, English, Russian, French and Turkish.

Alan Gates website is a site where I add images that are outside of the falconry sphere, if you are interested in images of some of the places I have visited, then here are a few. My first small galleries are from my China tours but later as time allows I will add other places of interest.
Carl Church bird tadidermy
A specialist bird taxidermist with a flair and love for raptors, Carl Church is a dedicated artist to his craft. If you are looking for a particular mounted specimen or have a need to have one mounted then visit Carl’s site, you won’t be disappointed.
Fidgets Freedom Fidget's Freedom, a superb children's book.
by Stacey Patterson, illustrated by Vadim Gorbatov
June 12, 2006 Denver: After a five and a half year peregrination, the Fidget's Freedom project has produced the finest product in the children's genre dealing with one of the few success stories about restoring an endangered species back to viable levels. Congratulations to Stacey Patterson, the author for her great story, and Vadim Gorbatov for his exquisite illustrations.
The second book, Fidget's Folly, has already been story-boarded and final illustrations will begin later this year. The final book, Fidget's Family, brings Fidget's story full circle as she becomes a parent and raises her own family.
About the Raptor Education Foundation...
"The only wildlife theatre company in America promoting science to cure Nature-Deficit Disorder"
REF logoThe Raptor Education Foundation (REF) has been promoting environmental literacy since 1980 by providing schools, corporations, conventions, and gatherings of all sizes unique programs and seminars that connect people with the natural world. REF utilises an extensive cast of live, non-releasable raptors to focus attention on environmental concepts and issues. Other environmental Consulting Services are also available. These consulting services benefit from REF's extensive natural history experience and network of associations at an international level. REF has field experience in Africa, the Caribbean, Micronesia, Fiji, Mexico, Central and South America, Australia, Indonesia, and Russia.
George Lodge Trust
George Edward Lodge Trust.
George Edward Lodge 1860 - 1954, wildlife artist, naturalist and falconer, was born in Horncastle in Lincolnshire, England. He was an accomplished taxidermist and a great sportsman. He was also a prolific illustrator and I loved his work in Jack Mavrogordato's book "A Hawk for the Bush".
Alan Glasby is one of those truly gift people, his work is out of this world, he just seems to get better and better.
If you live in the UK, go visit one of his exhibitions, if not visit his site and be prepared to be wowed.
  Joe Atkinson
Ken Hooke, Hood Maker

Ken Hooke of Falconry Hoods International is committed to reflect the passion, hand crafted quality and integrity of the "old master hood makers".

Here is a man who loves making hoods and is dedicated to providing high quality leather hoods at an affordable price which is supported by excellent customer service.

Boojum Expeditions.

Kent Madin and Linda Svendsen of Boojum Expeditions who lead uncommon adventure travel
for small groups of intrepid, informed traveller. to Mongolia Tibet Patagonia and Uruguay.

In 1998 they established a wholly owned Mongolian tourism company, Khovsgol Lodge Management Company, in the capitol of Ulan Bator. In 2004, Kent was only the second foreigner to receive the "Outstanding Leader in Tourism Development" award from the Mongolian Government.

Vintage Items Art Deco
1940's knitware, jumpers and pullovers
Lendales Farm Caravan
Lendales Farm, Two static caravans for holiday let on a friendly mixed farm in the Vale of York, England. Just at the foot of the North York Moors and just a short drive away from the costal towns of Scarborough and Whitby.
Northern Goshawks

Northern Goshawks. This is a really interesting site owned by a Mr. Joerg Frye of Northern- Westphalia, Germany.

If you are looking for big powerful hunting goshawks this breeder is worth checking out.

Robert Fuller Wildlife Artist
Robert Fuller has a wonderful wildlife art website which is really worth a visit.
Zyra website
Visit Zyra's Falconry Links for some useful falconry links. Also a visit to the home page of which is an amazing encyclopaedic resource of thousands of pages covering almost anything you can think of.
Altai, Mongolian eagle video

A great video about a young boys introduction to eagles in Mongolia, this animation film was made by three French students, Benjamin Charpentier, Noëlla Lagnous and Thibault Petrissans.

Their site.



Batumi Raptor Count.

International Project for the study and conservation of the biggest autumn raptor migration bottleneck in the Western Paleartic.

Support their work, visit their site and view their extensive photo gallery.

Traditional Georgian falconers also trap Sparrow hawks for quail hunting in the same areas as the conservationists.