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Falconry: Its Claims, History, and Practices – Hunting with Birds of Prey (Hardcover) By Gage Earle Freeman
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This guide to falconry dates to mid-19th century Britain, and explains both the history and practical elements of using birds of prey to hunt wild animals. Raising and training intelligent birds of... More > prey to hunt animals was popular in Europe from the Middle Ages onward. Over the centuries, techniques and practices were refined, with the peculiarities of the various birds used – be they peregrine falcons, goshawks, sparrow-hawks or otherwise – investigated by generations of enthusiasts. This history is detailed and supplemented with the author’s own practical experience and advice. Gage Earle Freeman was a clergyman who spent some years assigned to India. As a lifelong enthusiast of falconry, Freeman was impressed to behold the practice in India; a culture where hunting with birds of prey had been a tradition for millennia. As an experienced falconer, Freeman was able to put the skills he’d honed on Buxton Moor in England to use in India – his talents met appreciation, and he received birds as gifts.< Less
Falconry: Its Claims, History, and Practices – Hunting with Birds of Prey By Gage Earle Freeman
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This guide to falconry dates to mid-19th century Britain, and explains both the history and practical elements of using birds of prey to hunt wild animals. Raising and training intelligent birds of... More > prey to hunt animals was popular in Europe from the Middle Ages onward. Over the centuries, techniques and practices were refined, with the peculiarities of the various birds used – be they peregrine falcons, goshawks, sparrow-hawks or otherwise – investigated by generations of enthusiasts. This history is detailed and supplemented with the author’s own practical experience and advice. Gage Earle Freeman was a clergyman who spent some years assigned to India. As a lifelong enthusiast of falconry, Freeman was impressed to behold the practice in India; a culture where hunting with birds of prey had been a tradition for millennia. As an experienced falconer, Freeman was able to put the skills he’d honed on Buxton Moor in England to use in India – his talents met appreciation, and he received birds as gifts.< Less

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