Category: Falconry Tips

How to Choose the Right Raptor Transport Carrier Size

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Raptor transport carriers can help you keep your bird comfortable as you travel. But which type of transport carrier is right for your specific bird? At Mike’s Falconry Supplies, we offer three main sizes of raptor transport carriers: micro, medium, and large. Here, we discuss the details of each carrier to determine which one you… Read more »

Falconry Dogs: Training a Dog for Falconry

Falconry is one of the few sports where multiple species work together for a common goal. Thousands of years ago, humans and raptors learned that a dog could increase their chance of a successful hunt, thus dogs became an integral part of falconry. Falconry dogs are still used to this day, but only with the… Read more »

4 Tips for Keeping Your Raptor Healthy Year-Round

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As a falconer, your responsibility is not just to train your bird of prey, but also to keep them healthy. Caring for your raptor’s health is a daily, year-round job that requires knowledge of what a healthy raptor looks like and the supplies and equipment needed to maintain that healthy state. While any serious medical… Read more »

How To Use Radio Telemetry in Falconry

In the earlier days of falconry, a falconer would rely on the faint sounds of a bell to locate a bird out hunting or flying. Thankfully, advances in technology have helped to develop a more reliable and convenient system for modern falconers—radio telemetry. It can sometimes be difficult to learn the ropes of new and… Read more »

3 Things Every Aspiring Falconer Needs to Know

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So, you want to get into falconry. Maybe you saw something about it online, witnessed a falconer in action, or just stumbled upon the fact that the sport even exists. However you got here, you’ve now discovered the one-of-a-kind magic of this ancient practice—and you want in! Getting into falconry isn’t like picking up a… Read more »