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Rendezvous 2022 Presentations Videos

Rendezvous 2022 Presentations

8 videos

On April 8th, 2022, attendees of our annual Rendezvous were treated to a series called "Exploring Global Falconry Heritage." At the banquet the next day there was a Keynote from Munir Virani. For those of you who missed them, here are those presentations.

Keynote: Munir Virani, Ph.D.

"A New Critical Partner for Raptor Conservation and Falconry Heritage."

Tony James

"Falconry: The Cultural and Practical Value of Sharing"

Lauren McGough, Ph.D.

"The Global Heritage of Eagle Falconry and its North American Revival"

Chris Parish

"Conservation Challenges are Conversation Challenges"

Adrian Reuter Cortes

"Falconry in Latin America: Challenges, Opportunities, and the Road Ahead"

Jevgeni Shergalin

"A Review of falconry history in the Russian Empire and the Former Soviet Union, 1882-1991"

Leslie Wallace, Ph.D.

"Liao and Jin Dynasty Falconry"

Mark Williams

"Observations of Falconry in the Middle East"

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