Norwegian Falconry Association

The Norsk Falkejakt Forbund is one of the newest falconry associations in the world, but is attracting a lot of interest from falconers in many countries.

The history of falconry in Norway goes back many centuries, and burial sites, archaeological artefacts, written and oral history all prove the tradition of hunting with birds of prey in the past. However, at present Norway is the only Scandinavian country where it is still illegal to keep, fly or hunt with birds of prey.

The NFA and its President Ellen Hagen are working hard to spread the word about falconry in Norway and their latest newsletter is well worth a read.

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