on 11 January 2005
A very well researched and informative book aimed at the beginner. Explained logically step by step with plentiful clear pictures, this book, by, in my opinion,one of the best display falconers in Scotland, is a very very worthwhile buy.
on 7 January 2010
this book works for novice and experienced alike, found lots of little tips and tricks through out its pages to elevate my own game, and have passed it on numerous times to others who were looking to learn more about working with birds of prey and focusing on harris hawks.
Well presented and highly detailed from making equipment to training and management, the steps are easy to follow and laid out in full color detail.
on 30 January 2010
This book is perfect for someone who has tried falonry/hawking and wants to know more. It goes through the whole process of training a bird, with many useful tips and anecdotes along the way. If you are serious about the sport and want to practice it to the highest possible standard (as you should), then this is a great place to start.
on 3 January 2013
Brilliant book for begineers, mainly based on the harris hawk, which is good for me, does talk about redtails and other hawks/falcons, ill give this book 10/10 all day help me perfectly and i still go back to it for help