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Video Historical reconstruction of falcon trapping in Valkenswaard in the Netherlands Historical reconstruction of falcon trapping in Valkenswaard in the Netherlands
Video Gee Atherton gets hunted by a Peregrine Falcon Gee Atherton gets hunted by a Peregrine Falcon
Video Turkish falconry bell making
Video Trapping Sparrowhawks in Turkey
Video Trapping Shrikes in Turkey
Video Sparrowhawk trapping in Turkey
Video Modest Admiration of Birds of Prey - Remarks of Siberian Hunter - rd series of 12 Remarks of Siberian Hunter. rd series of 12.
Video Undersky guard - interview with Prof Vladimir Galushin
Video Wintering grounds of Great Grey Shrike on Hokkaido
Video Birds of Prey - A Passion for Raptors - Documentary on Dick Forsman
Video Film on the Peregrine Falcon in South of Ural - part 1
Video Film on the Peregrine Falcon in the South of Ural - Part 2
Video Film on the Peregrine Falcon in South of Ural - part 3
Artefact Manufacture Islamic (Sicily or Tunisia), ceramic basin fragmented with falconer on horseback, Manufacture Islamic (Sicily or Tunisia), ceramic basin fragmented with falconer on horseback, ca. 1000-1050, from front s. cassiano Controne (LU)
Artefact North African falconer (1890-1892) or Falconer in Burnus North African falconer (1890-1892)
Artefact Falconer by Germain D├ętanger (1846-1902) made in 1882 Falconer by Germain D├ętanger (1846-1902) made in 1882
Artefact Lady-falconer (cutting) by German Artist Ernst Wilhelm Hildebrand (1833-1924) Lady-falconer (cutting) by German Artist Ernst Wilhelm Hildebrand (1833-1924)
Artefact Lady falconer statuette by Johann Friedrich Eberlein (1695-1749), 1746 Lady falconer statuette by Johann Friedrich Eberlein, 1746
Artefact Lady-Falconer on Horse by German Artist Gustav Eggena (1850-1915) Lady-Falconer on Horse by German Artist Gustav Eggena (1850-1915)
Artefact Lady-Falconer by Italian Artist Giovanni Segantini (1858-1899) Lady-Falconer by Italian Artist Giovanni Segantini (1858-1899)