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The Archives of Falconry is in the midst of an exciting era of expanding our collections and enhancing global accessibility through new technology. Our Sponsors help The Archives introduce new audiences to falconry heritage and its connections to wildlife conservation, art, craft, and literature. As a Sponsor, you and your employees enjoy exceptional access to events, collections, and exhibits. Your business will be recognized on our website and in select printed materials. To join our team, contact our Executive Director.

Marshall Radio Telemetry

"Marshall Radio Telemetry designs and supplies premium GPS long-range tracking and recovery equipment to hunters, parrot free-fliers, rocketry, and competitors around the world. Choose Marshall falconry transmitters, dog tracking collars, and direction-finding receivers and you’ll have the most carefully engineered and reliable tracking system available."

Mohamed Bin Zayed Raptor Conservation Fund

The Raptor Conservation Fund was established to develop solutions to key global challenges facing raptors, a magnificent bird of prey. The Fund was founded by His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi. The Fund received an initial endowment of USD 20 million, including a USD 1 million grant for an initial conservation project, specifically tackling raptor deaths caused by electrocution through the modernised energy infrastructure.

North American Falconers Association

North American Falconers Association was founded in 1961 to encourage the proper practice of the sport of falconry and the wise use and conservation of birds of prey. From a handful of members in its early years, NAFA has grown to a membership today of approximately 2,000 and is today the largest membership falconry organization in the world. Though founded principally to represent the interests of North American members, NAFA gladly accepts members from all countries who share in our passion of birds of prey and falconry