#23: Ancient Art of Falconry

Jessica joins us for Episode 23 from the New England Falconry.  Learn the difference between falconry and hawking and birds of prey and raptors as we discuss with this expert all the misconceptions of these majestic birds.

You can download this episode from your favorite podcast listening app (how?) or listen to it below. Check here for links, photos, and any video we talk about during the show!

Drink of the Day

This episode’s drink is Sobe Elixir Liz Blizz Pina Colada. Not Cam’s favorite. At all. Maybe he’d like Southbeach Sunset, a more mango flavor?  See Sobe’s array of drinks and flavors here.

Guest Spotlight

Falcons, hawks, eagles, and owls, oh my!  The sport of falconry is at least 4,000 year old.  It is gaining popularity here in the States and although it is a process to become a falconer, you can experience this sport by visiting Woodstock, Vermont. New England Falconry works together with Woodstock Inn and Resort for guests and the general public to be able to handle an actual bird and wear the glove.

To book your trip and experience this for yourself, you can visit Jessica’s website or follow her on Instagram and Facebook.

Bucket List

While Benjamin Franklin may have wanted a turkey instead of the bald eagle for one of our national symbols, you can view the World Archives of Falconry at World Center for Birds of Prey located in Boise, Idaho.

Random Tidbits

These majestic animals don’t just make falconry enjoyable, but also these YouTube videos mentioned in the show:

Movie Madness

  • The Number 23, starring Jim Carey and Virginia Madsen
  • The Truman Show, starring Jim Carrey and Ed Harris
  • Mulan, starring Ming-Na Wen and Eddie Murphy
  • King Arthur, starring Clive Owen
  • Lion King, starring James Earl Jones, Matthew Broderick, and Nathan Lane
  • The Eagle Huntress, starring Aisholpan Nurgaiv and Daisy Ridley
  • The Peanuts Movie, starring Noah Schnapp, Bill Melendez and Hadley Belle Miller

More Listening

If you liked this episode on birds, you may like Ali and her love for horses.

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