Falconry, where are you?

Going through my catalog of photos I found one of my old hunting partner Jasmine – a female American kestrel. She was an amazing little bird and though she did not give the long flights like the Aplomado or the blazing speed of the Cooper’s hawk, she was a lot of fun and a good companion. These days, falconry would be the perfect distraction from all that is going on and I am sure the kids would enjoy it. Maybe its time to train another Kestrel and have some fun.

3 thoughts on “Falconry, where are you?

    1. Yes, she was a great bird and a pleasure to hunt with. It’s interesting how each raptor has a different personality; some work with falconry and others really don’t (I’ve had five kestrels and Jasmine was by far the best)!

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