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.
"A New Critical Partner for Raptor Conservation and Falconry Heritage."
"Falconry: The Cultural and Practical Value of Sharing"
"The Global Heritage of Eagle Falconry and its North American Revival"
"Conservation Challenges are Conversation Challenges"
"Falconry in Latin America: Challenges, Opportunities, and the Road Ahead"
"A Review of falconry history in the Russian Empire and the Former Soviet Union, 1882-1991"
"Liao and Jin Dynasty Falconry"
"Observations of Falconry in the Middle East"
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