mission statement

To provide communication and disseminate information to interested members; to promote and benefit scientific study of all raptorial birds and their prey species; to promote and benefit appropriate methods for the care, welfare and training of raptorial species; to enhance conservation of raptors and all aspects of the environment with which they are integrated ; to enhance the legitimacy of falconry as a field sport through our actions and aspirations; to establish traditions which will aid, perpetuate, and further the welfare of falconry, raptors, prey species, and our environment.


Associate Orginizations


North American Falconers Association


International Association for Falconry


North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission


North Carolina Wildlife Federation


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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