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Link A Walk through time - 200-20 year ago - Falconry in the UAE - one old photo
Link Inaugural Falconry Meet of the Raptor Association of New Zealand, Waihopai Valley (1974)
Link Arab Falconry: History of a Way of Life
Link Frank Wenzel initiates as the first in Scandinavia falconry in Denmark after a 200-year break
Link Falconer by Shigeru Shiro
Link Tombstone of William Sakings in Livermere, Suffolk, UK - falconer to Charles the First, Charles the
Link Aaron Shikler, The Falconer with Falcon, 1964, Oil on canvas, Courtesy of the artist and Davis & Lan
Link Mission de la fauconnerie - Benaissa Yousef
Book Eagle and falcon (Orel i sokol) - a book in Russian for children (1920) Eagle and falcon (Orel i sokol) - a book in Russian for children (1920)
Link 1950 Falconer Greyhound Whippet Hutschenreuther Germany 12"
Link The fair falconer - steel engraving - antique-print- circa 1850
Link Carl Reinhard Raswan (7 March 1893 – 14 October 1966) with a falcon on a war mare in the Ruala
Link Two photos of Arab falconers from the book By Carl Reinhard Raswan "Black tents of Arabia" of 1935
Link Royal falconers in Saudi Arabia by Gerald de Gaury (1897-1984) who was a British military officer
Link Saudi Arabian man with a falcon by Gerald de Gaury (1897-1984) was a British military officer
Link Bedouin falconer pilgrims in Saudi Arabia 01 by Gerald de Gaury (1897-1984) who was a British milita
Link Bedouin falconer pilgrims in Saudi Arabia 02 by Gerald de Gaury (1897-1984) who was a British milita
Link Bedouin falconer pilgrims in Saudi Arabia 03 by Gerald de Gaury (1897-1984) who was a British milita
Link “Traditional life in the steppe”: outfit of kusbegi (falconer) - article by Miras Nurlanuly
Link The famous falconer in Lynch Park in Beverly, MA on the eastern coast of the USA