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The clock is ticking and Kansas Falconry Regulations are in the eleventh hour. An extremely important message has been posted by club President, Monte Markley in the members’ area of the website. You will need to log in to read this urgent message regarding recent requests by leadership for membership involvement and action. If you […]

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Your participation is encouraged. In cooperation with the Peregrine Fund, The Kansas Hawking Club has taken on a research project to determine the reason for the precipitous decline in America Kestrel (Falco sparverius) populations nationwide. Considering it was falconers who originally identified and began the recovery of the Peregrine, and considering the Kestrel is one […]

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Newsletter Jan 2012

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