Falconry Told State of the Union: Important Podcast Updates
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by Jonathan Munnier
6M ago
Israel and Jon take some time out to announce some very important updates concerning current happenings and the future of the podcast. This is MUST HEAR INFO for everyone who regularly listens to the podcast! As always, thanks for all of your support and we appreciate you all ..read more
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Episode 126: Gaylen Gerrish
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
7M ago
This episode was recorded back in the summer in between some of the dachshund episodes. While visiting Seth Roy, Gaylen also happened to be visiting, and it just made sense to get another long-tenured falconer on the podcast who was involved during the very early days of US falconry. It was a privelege to be able to hear about some of his early days of equipment-making, trapping, and what it was like in general trying to get into falconry before any of the widespread popularity and networking. If you value hearing about some of the early history of falconry, this is another episode for you ..read more
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Episode 125: Casey Everett
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
7M ago
Our dachshund series continues with one of several falconers from the New York/New Jersey area that were recorded. Once I contacted Casey and told him my plans and inspiration for doing this series, he was instantly inspired to help make it happen. He helped this series come together by coordinating a lot of these episodes with other falconers in his area who also run dachshunds, so I was very happy to have his help! He's largely known for his social media presence (nj_falconry on Instagram), and has been an avid falconer and dachshund owner for a long time, and mainly flies goshawks over his ..read more
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Episode 124: Lynn Oliphant
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
7M ago
Our Canada series continues with another familiar name in the falconry community! A falconer of multiple decades from Saskatchewan, Lynn Oliphant, author of Developing the Modern Gamehawk, takes some time here on the podcast to discuss his background and history, as well as some of the preparation and work that went into putting together his book. The amount of work that goes into such endeavors is always impressive, and hearing more about all the work that Lynn put into his is no exception! We hope you enjoy another information packed episode of this series featuring falconers from Canada ..read more
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Episode 122: Mark Williams
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
8M ago
Well, you all have been asking for it, and we listened.... This is the start of a series featuring falconers from Canada! We heard the requests before, but as always, we try to do as many episodes in person as possible. However, after much debating, discussing, and planning, we conceded that the only way we were going to be able to ever initially put out episodes for Canada was to start remotely. Therefore, thanks to the help of our guest for this episode, we were able to get in contact with some falconers from Canada, and link up over the internet. We've done the best we can with the audio qu ..read more
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Episode 121: Teddy Moritz
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
8M ago
We're shaking things up a bit over the next few months of the podcast! This episode brings the start of one of a couple of new series of the Falconry Told Podcast, with this series featuring one of the favorite dog breeds used in falconry: Dachshunds! After meeting the guest for this episode of the podcast for the first time, the inspirational spark for a series featuring this breed was lit. While attending my first dachshund field trials, we fortunately found the time in between Teddy's judging obligations to discuss her long history with this breed and falconry. Credited by many for being th ..read more
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Episode 120: Mike McDermott
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
8M ago
This episode has taken awhile to come to fruition, but thanks to some mutual friends (and some bourbon!), Mike McDermott has agreed to come on the podcast to discuss his falconry experiences with us. Amongst other things, we talk about passage Cooper's hawks, imprint goshawks vs. chamber/parent reared goshawks, and the motivations for writing books. He also discusses his change in mindset throughout his years in falconry as well. There's a lot of great stuff in this episode, but just a heads up, there's some "colorful" language at times in this episode, so just consider yourself warned! A lot ..read more
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Episode 119: Seth Roy
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
8M ago
We're switching gears again here at the Falconry Told Podcast, bringing you a couple of individual episodes before starting into a mix of a couple of new exciting series for you all! Recently, we were fortunate enough to be able to meet up with Seth Roy while recording with several falconers around the New Jersey area. He was nice enough to show us around his amazing property, discuss some of the aspects of his breeding project, North Mountain Goshawks, and talk some about his approach to falconry. We're also happy to announce that North Mountain Goshawks is now a sponsor of the podcast, so if ..read more
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Episode 118: Steve Eastwood
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
9M ago
The Cape Falconry Club series concludes with this second bonus episode featuring another falconer from the UK, Steve Eastwood. In this conversation, we discuss Harris's hawks, ferrets in falconry, and experiences coming to South Africa. Steve also talks some about what falconry is like for him in the northern part of England, where he currently resides. Thanks again so much for listening to the series, and we hope you've gotten a lot out of it! We're switching gears in the coming weeks with some individual episodes we know you'll enjoy, as well as starting a couple of new series for you too, s ..read more
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Episode 117: Robert Kenward
Falconry Told Podcast
by Jonathan Munnier
9M ago
This Cape Falconry Club series concludes with two bonus episodes, both with falconers from the UK in attendance at the meet. This first bonus episode is with Robert Kenward, a falconer who has volunteered a lot of time with the IAF and IUCN, helping many falconers with their conservation efforts. We discuss some of his background and experiences with those efforts, as well as some of his experiences with goshawks, which also happens to be among the raptors he's most passionate about. Just one bonus episode left in the series, so don't miss it, and the exciting things we have coming up after ..read more
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