THE ART OF FALCONRY

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The Art Of Falconry

Author : Patrick Morel
ISBN : 1909339687
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The Art of Falconry is an exhaustive guide to the diverse and fascinating world of Falconry. Drawing on author Patrick Morel's encyclopedic knowledge of the art, it is both intricate and accessible, lavishly illustrated with stunning photography throughout. Covering the fundamentals of breeding, method and equipment it expands to look at Falconry throughout the world, including the Arab States and the USA.
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The Art Of Falconry

Author : Frederick II (Holy Roman Emperor)
ISBN : OCLC:51419927
Genre : Falconry
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The Art Of Falconry

Author : Frederick II of Hohenstaufen
ISBN : 4871873102
Genre : Nature
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This book was first written in Latin in 1241 by Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, Holy Roman Emperor (1196-1250). It was first published as a two volume work by his son Manfred. The original is in the Vatican. Next it was published in French in 1300 in six volumes by Jean II of Dampierre. The six volume work was translated into English and combined into one book in 1931 by Dr. Casey Albert Wood (1856-1942), a Canadian ophthalmologist specializing in the eyes of birds, and F. Marjorie Fyfe. The illustrations in this book were obtained in the Vatican Library during the years that Dr. Wood was studying there. Falcons have the best eyesight of any creature known to exist. It has long been recognized that birds of this type have exceptional ability in eyesight. We even have the expression "Eagle-eyed," meaning a person who is alert and can see well. Second is that they are the fastest creature known to exist. Consider the fact that Falcons fly high in the sky, thousands of feet up, yet they can spot a mouse on the ground and dive down to catch him. Dr. Casey Wood was studying falcons to find out why they are able to see so much better than we humans can. One of the very few rare copies of this book known to exist are in the Vatican Library in Vatican City, where he was studying.
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Falconry The Art Of Hunting

Author : Falconer from Passion Typopeter
ISBN : 1708824103
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Falconers will appreciate this beautifully designed notebook and diary. Entries about birds, weather, food, offspring, reintroduction, training, training successes can be perfectly preserved here. This attractive notebook is perfect for all nature, animal and bird lovers.Of course also useful as a vocabulary book, notebook, idea book, as a gift for the falconer and all bird lovers and nature lovers.
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Falconry The Art Of Hunting

Author : Falconer from Passion Typography Enthusiast
ISBN : 1654086150
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Falconers will appreciate this beautifully designed notebook, diary and To-do-Book. Entries about birds, weather, food, offspring, reintroduction, training, training successes can be perfectly preserved here. This attractive notebook is perfect for all nature, animal and bird lovers, Ornithologists, Biologists. Of course also useful as a vocabulary book, notebook, idea book, as a gift for the falconer and all bird lovers and nature lovers.
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Historical Falconry

Author : Helen and Andrew Stewart
ISBN : 9781445651156
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Albion Falconry explore historical falconry.
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Falcon Fever

Author : Tim Gallagher
ISBN : 0618805753
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author shares his lifelong obsession with falcons, discusses the subculture of individuals involved in falconry, and explores the role of the sport in providing him with emotional solace in response to his turbulent childhood.
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Falconry

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ISBN : MINN:31951D03753884H
Genre : Falconry
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The Encyclopedia Of Falconry

Author : Adrian Walker
ISBN : 9781461734499
Genre : Reference
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This lavishly illustrated encyclopedia contains some 1,500 terms and idioms, related to or connected with falconry, with explanations, derivations and notes. It is illustrated with photographs, figures, and reproductions of antiquarian prints and is believed to be the first attempt to catalog and review the complete language of falconry as used between the later Middle Ages and the present day. The Encyclopedia of Falconry will be a valuable addition to all reference collections by uniquely covering a subject with a long and distinguished history.
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