The meets are fun, but, I really have better things to do. I have been to plenty of them and while it is fun, you have to put up with some of the morons that think they are great falconers. There is a lot of time spent at the bars and I don't drink so that isn't something I look forward to. I am also not into head counts and a lot of the falconers are almost in competition with each other to see how much game they can take in a few days. I do like to go through the vendors booths and spend time with a few close friends. The sky trials are fun if they have them this year. That said, you never know, I might just show up.
ok for the southern Californians,I'm looking to sell my home in chino,i would like some land!I'm interested in the high desert,(oak hills or pinion hills?).my question is has anyone hunted up there?i looked at some properties last weekend and saw many bunnies and quail.thank in advance.
Man you want to go from Chino to the oven? Are you lookiing off of Hwy 138 or farher up by 395. That area gets so hot during the summer months. There is lots of game and it is huntable. I hope you can put up with all the dirt bikers because on any weekend there are tons of them in that area.
Hi my name is BIlly I live in the San Diego area and was wondering if you guys knew anyone in the area im pretty knew to falconry i have read a couple of books and all the rules and regulations from the department of fish and game thanks and hope you can help
There are plenty of falconers in San Diego and the surrounding area. I would suggest that if you intend to persue the sport of falconry, join the California Hawking Club. The club will then help you find a sponsor in your area. You can also go to a few of the mini meets that they have to offer and find out who lives in your area.
San Diego here. I just finished reading the California Hawking Club Apprentice Study Guide. I've also bought North American Falconry and Hunting Hawks, which I'll read next. After that i'll take(pass) the test and find a sponsor. Can't wait!