Hello fellow falconry Coloradans my name is Kristi (or Falconry Goddess), I am new to the forums and wanted to introduce myself to not just the general board but also the people that are near my location. I am not exactly new to the sport, have been interested in it since I was a kid have some done research and read some books so I understand the basics etc., and finally being 16 I have decided to start looking into taking the test, finding a sponsor, getting my apprentice license, gathering any information that I can, and working on finding a bird. I am very excited to talk with locals that love Falconry like I do, and hope to make some good friends/teachers. =]
Post by chad13dnvr (DBH) on May 7, 2009 11:04:08 GMT -5
Welcome Kristi. When you have a chance send me a PM and let me know what part of Colorado you are in. I'll shoot you some Information on people that may be in your area and the contacts at the state club that can help you get going.
Some people grin and bear it, other people smile and change it.
Hey everyone--I live in a southern suburb of Denver and just passed my test. I have lined up a sponsor and am just waiting for my HOA to approve construction of my "shed". Would be interested in meeting anyone around my location as I get started on the beginning of this journey.
Last Edit: Jul 23, 2009 17:09:52 GMT -5 by phishery
Post by ceekittyrun on Aug 11, 2022 23:05:58 GMT -5
Jumping in. I am from the Denver metro area, and looking into if falconry would be realistic for me. In the research stage, and thinking kestrels would be the necessary route to go for an urban area for us. Not sure how to go about finding a sponsor though. Colorado Hawking Club doesn't seem to have any apprenticeship seminars scheduled this year.