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Falconry: the Sport of Kings
August 6 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Falconry: the Sport of Kings| Saturday, August 6 | 10AM – 12PM | Members: $27; Non-Members: $30| National Aviary Admission included
Falconry, the Sport of Kings, has been around for thousands of years. Join the National Aviary’s licensed falconer, Cathy Schlott, to discover the rich history and modern day practices behind this unique sport. Learn about the variety of birds falconers hunt with and the individual consideration in selecting a species while enjoying a visit from one of the National Aviary’s Ambassador Animals. Explore the variety of falconry equipment and get an overview of the regulations governing falconry in the United States.
To ensure the best experience for guests and our birds, this program is for guests ages 10 and older. Guests under the age of 16 need to be accompanied by a paid adult over 18 years of age.
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