How do i sing up for MFA. or can since i am not a falconer yet. tyler
At this time of year a nice christmas carol will work nicely. Start out andante and work up to a nice crescendo while standing in front of the president of the clubs house.....he'll surely let you join......
Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines "Give a man a fish, and you'll feed him for a day; give him a religion................ and he'll starve to death while praying for a fish."
Hey guys, I'm actually from Collinsville, Il. But I travel alot and when people ask me where I'm from I always say STL. It seems the Illinois board is for the Chicago area anyway. I work in Mo. too. I just started researching falconry and I was wondering what the difficulties would be for A) Having a sponsor from another state (Mo.) B) Hunting in Missouri as well as Illinois. Would I have to get fully licensed in both? C) could I join MFA? I don't know of any falconers in the Metro-east area or clubs for that matter. I'm a ways off from beginning an apprenticeship- I'd like to get a more suitable property and I need a bit more seniority in my job to get full time local work so I could spend more time at home with a bird. Just looking into the feasability of it now. I plan on taking the SOAR classes in '07 too. Look forward to meeting you all. Dave
It makes me mad when people say I turned and ran like a scared rabbit. Maybe it was like an angry rabbit, who was running to go fight in another fight, away from the first fight.
Anytime I see something screech across a room, and latch onto someone's neck, and the guy screams and tries to get it off, I have to laugh, because what is that thing?
Post by Master Yarak on Dec 24, 2006 10:41:37 GMT -5
I would think travel would be your biggest obstacle. Some states require and out state falconry permit, others do not and just require a non-resident hunting permit. You may just call the states game dept. to get there requirements. Yarak
If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away