Falconry is our passion. The desire to tell the stories of falconry has only grown stronger. Now we're looking bigger, aiming to continue the YouTube video productions, but also to create full-length documentaries, a podcast featuring renowned and interesting guests, and curate a photography based blog. Introducing Falconry Told.
Matt Mullenix Part Two
While hanging out at the Coulson's, Jon was able to catch up face to face with Matt Mullenix after almost exactly two years to discuss his new book, Four Falconry Fundamentals, and the principles, stories, and mindset that inspired it. It's another fun episode current/prospective falconers can benefit from! To get your copy of Four Falconry Fundamentals, head to amazon.com, or to get your hands on a copy of his previous books, American Kestrels in Modern Falconry or In Season, head to westernsporting.com.
Tom and Jennifer Coulson
This marks another big milestone for the Falconry Told Podcast, which features widely known Harris's hawk breeders and curators of the Baywing Database, Tom and Jennifer Coulson! You won't want to miss this conversation with them as they discuss their falconry origins, their breeding project, and some great falconry stories! Enjoy, and thank you all so much for the support over three years and 50 episodes!
This episode, Jon reconnects with friend and environmental consultant Tyler Rankin, who is also the current president of the Kentucky Falconers Association, to discuss a range of topics from sharp-shinned hawk research, dirt and squirrel hawking, and of course, Tyler's path to falconry. As always, it's another episode you'll definitely want to check out!
Jeremy is flying a cast of falcons… and brings a very interesting perspective into this episode. Despite the most careful planning and preparation, falconry often spirals into a chaotic sport. Many of us spend our days doing everything we can to avoid chaos, to ensure everything goes off without a hitch. Jeremy embraces the chaos.
While working in Wyoming, Jon was able to meet up with Vahé to check out his facilities and discuss a myriad of topics, including his prior life in photography, abatement, sky trials, and of course, his falconry journey. This is definitely another can't miss episode! For more info about Vahé and his abatement services, please head to http://www.falconforce.com.
Each year, a hardy group of falconers tow their campers and teepees far into the remote southwestern Wyoming desert, where they situate them around Steve Jones' customized school bus. In this episode, we learn about Steve Jones, widely known for his American Falconry Magazine. From his falconry origins, to the beginning of their annual grouse camp tradition, flying casts of falcons, and so much more!