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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."

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.

Partner Organizations

British Archives of Falconry

"The British Archives of Falconry’s aim is to preserve the unbroken living heritage of falconry in for future generations by: • Collecting, conserving and archiving British falconry related items • Tracing and recording the whereabouts of significant items to prevent their loss to the falconry community • Digitally copying and recording items for the study of falconry • Encouraging the falconers of today to record their experiences • Making our archive available for study and exhibition • Maintaining links with other countries falconry archives"

The Falconry Fund

"The Falconry Fund is a new 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to support and protect the various arts and practices of falconry and the cultural and environmental assets that make it possible. The Falconry Fund, Inc., seeks to become a vital and effective nonprofit charitable organization based in the United States to serve falconers on the North American continent and elsewhere so that this art and practice may be pursued without undue restriction and free from current or potential threats by incompatible human activity.""

International Association for Falconry & Conservation of Birds of Prey

"Our organization is dedicated to the preservation of the ancient art of falconry, a hunting tradition defined as ‘taking quarry in its natural state and habitat by means of trained birds of prey‘. Preserving falconry involves maintaining not only the traditional culture that builds practical skills of empathy with animals, but also the conservation of raptors and their prey through Preservation Of Natural Habitats. We therefore encourage falconry within the context of sustainable use of wildlife.""

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."

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."

The Peregrine Fund

"Our Mission: To conserve birds of prey worldwide. Our Vision: • Raptor populations and their ecosystems thrive. • Human communities are enriched by our work and realtors are valued by all humans. • We serve as the global expert on birds of prey and their conservation."

Raptor Research Foundation

"An international scientific society whose primary goal is the accumulation and dissemination of scientific information about raptors."

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

"UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It seeks to build peace through international cooperation in Education, the Sciences and Culture. UNESCO's programmes contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals defined in Agenda 2030, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2015."

Visit the UNESCO site "Falconry, a living human heritage."