Post by daharley78 on Nov 15, 2014 13:26:58 GMT -5
Hello I am new here. Charles county Md. I am in the early stages of pre apprentice. Also probably on the older side of things at 36. Reading up on things possibly start purchasing and building equipment. From reading so far I believe I will be lining up as an American kestral as my first bird. I have been looking but it seems that the two clubs in the area may be no more. Does anyone have any info on this? Are there any members in the southern Maryland area? Nice to meet you all and any help will be appreciated.
hello I am live laurel Maryland and pretty new to falconry I have been reading here and there and gathering infnormation for pre-apprentice . Looking for sponsor who could guide me through any help would be highly appreciated
Post by michaellindner on Feb 13, 2017 22:56:54 GMT -5
I know this is an extremely old thread (although I believe I've seen Falcon Boy recently), I'd like to ask about the Patomac Falconers Association and information about it. I've googled it and have not been able to find any resources but a website saying it has two employees and is located at 14746 Main St, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772.
Post by yosemity71 on Feb 14, 2017 11:49:38 GMT -5
This isn't exactly the Potomac Falconers website but it is a step in the right direction. The Philadelphia Peregrine Club & the Potomac Falconer's are putting on a joint meet this coming weekend. Contact information for both is listed on the following webpage:
Just out of curiosity, are there any other falconers who live in or around the Harford County area in Maryland? I just recently passed my exam and am getting ready to get my inspection done and am curious if there are any other falconers near where I live that I could get together and fly with once I get a bird.
Hi, i'm new member to this forum. I am a recently licensed falconer in Frederick Md. I am in the process of trying to trap my first bird. A red-tail is my bird of choice. Been logging a lot of hours on the road looking for one to throw a BC trap at. No luck yet. I know the migration of passage red-tails has not peaked yet, so i'm still hopeful. Any tips or encouragement is welcome. Thanks!
Post by somdfalconry on Oct 22, 2018 20:14:12 GMT -5
Me and the wife go early morning and hit the roads that cross or back large farms and fields. With all the leaves we have been seeing them perched on power lines near small ponds and drains. I am sure we are driving past a ton but until the leaves drop its a challenge.