Private 1/2 Day Falconry Course
Thinking about pursuing the sport of falconry? This intensive experience will help you decide
if the sport of falconry is suited for you.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EXPERIENCE REQUIRES A TWO PARTICIPANT MINIMUM
Raptor Hill offers this half-day falconry training course for those who have a strong interest in the sport of falconry.
Falconry is one of the most regulated sports in the United States. There are numerous requirements that must be met in order to obtain a falconry license.
You will become more familiar with sport of falconry, the laws and regulations governing falconry, raptor housing requirements, captive care and the required steps and procedures to become a falconer.
The focus of this falconry course is education and information regarding the sport of falconry. You will have the opportunity to interact with and fly at least one of our raptors. The amount of time spent with the raptors is no longer than in our VIP Experience.
NOTE: This course does not guarantee or issue you your falconry license.
Details Unique to this Experience
This experience is designed for those individuals that are considering becoming a falconer or just want to learn a lot more detailed information about the sport of falconry.
Numerous resources are provided to get you started on your journey.
Please dress appropriately, closed toed shoes and bug spray.
Raptor Hill is located on the side of a mountain, as we hold our experiences later in the afternoon, the temperature can drop significantly so, please dress appropriately.
(For a guest with special needs, please contact us.)
Duration: Plan to be here for 3.5 to 4.0 hours.
Age Restriction: Participants must be age 12 and up.
(Under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.)
Maximum Group size: 6 Total
Minimum Group Size: 2 Participants
Participants: $397.50 each for the first two participants. Additional Participants: $295 each
Observers: none permitted
Raptor flying to your
Learn about falconry regulations
Holding a raptor on your
Some walking over uneven ground required