What It’s Like to Be a Falconer in England

What It’s Like to Be a Falconer in England

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When the grind of working in broadcast television pushed Paul Manning to his breaking point he dove headfirst into a passion that could not be more different: falconry. This ancient tradition hasn’t changed much in the past 1,000 years and combines three of his biggest loves; history, movement, and community. From filmmakers Eyes and Ears, The Nobility of the Air showcases the ancient art of falconry.

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May 31, 2017 at 01:22PM

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