Saudi Falcon Auction
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From early times, Saudi Arabia has been interested in falcons and hunting. Falconry is a cultural legacy that includes values and ethics that have characterized the falconers in the Arabian Peninsula. In addition, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is home to various types of falcon as well as the destination of many other migratory species. Read More

About The Falcons

Falcons are divided into dozens of groups, which vary in size, weight, feather colors, speed and ability to fly. There is a miscellany of falcons living in various geographical and climatic regions, from extreme deserts to even colder snowy areas.

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Falcons in
Arab Culture

Mankind has practiced hunting with birds of prey for thousands of years. The inscriptions show that the Arabian Peninsula has known falconry for nearly nine thousand years.

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Falconry in
Different Cultures

Mankind’s love for falcons has evolved over time from hunting them to feed on them to placing traps to own them, to becoming friendly as they took good care of them.

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