Fascinating people come through our doors. Sometimes we get them to sit down and chat. When we can, we'll bring you these in-depth conversations with fascinating members of our community.
For our premiere "Conversations at The Archives" we asked falconer Tony Huston to sit down with founding curator Kent Carnie to talk about his life in falconry and birth of The Archives. Topics discussed include raptor conservation and The Peregrine Fund.
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To collect, preserve, and interpret global falconry history, art, literature, and material culture.
To protect, educate, and ably defend the history of falconry as a meaningful heritage.
The Archives of Falconry will reach, engage, and inspire a diverse world community of falconers, sportsmen and women, scholars, journalists, and other interested public with compelling programs and prominent online resources.