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Landscape Advice Note: Falconry Displays on Historic Properties

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By Alan Cathersides

Falconry, hunting using trained birds of prey, was introduced to Britain in the early Middle Ages, and was widely practised both for obtaining food and as a sport. It is likely to have been carried out on many historic properties and therefore has a long history of association with historic sites.

This Landscape Advice note examines the nature conservation and management issues related to falconry displays on historic sites. 

Additional Information

  • Series: Guidance
  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Product Code: 51915

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