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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - FALCONRY

Hamdan bin Zayed visits Al Marzoom reserve, stresses importance of preserving identity, heritage

Posted on 31/01/2017

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region, has praised the directives of the leadership to preserve the ancestral heritage and authentic traditions of both the Arab and Gulf regions. He praised the efforts of Al Marzoom Hunting Reserve to preserve the cultural and sporting identity of the people of the region. Sheikh Hamdan also highlighted the sanctuary's role in maintaining environmental sustainability and saving local wildlife for future ...  >>MORE

Houbara Fund participates in the President's Falconry Cup in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 29/01/2017

The International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) has participated in the President's Falconry Cup in Abu Dhabi, where it has held an awareness workshop for the falconers competing in this year's championship. This workshop was organised as part of a seasonal program aligned with the Fund's efforts to enhance the UAE's role in wildlife conservation, sustainability and the preservation of the local culture. The IFHC continues to work towards reinstating a healthy and sustainable ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Culture Authority welcomes five new countries joining the UNESCO's falconry file

Posted on 22/01/2017

After five years of falconry inscription, as a living human heritage, on the UNESCO's representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity, Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) welcomed the registration of five more countries to the file, bringing the total members to 18 countries, and making it the largest inscription with UNESCO. It is anticipated, after joining these countries, that other countries will seek to participate in the file. In its efforts towards ...  >>MORE

Inside the world's biggest falcon hospital in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 16/01/2017

The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, a world-leading veterinary clinic that annually treats more than 11,500 birds for owners who cherish them like family members, opened in 1999 and bears a striking resemblance to a facility that treats people. In a report carried by the CNN website, Barry Neild, a London-based senior journalist for CNN International's travel website, explains, "A large white SUV pulls up outside a hospital. An anxious-looking man lifts the patient from her seat and carries her ...  >>MORE

UAE inaugurates world's first Arab falconry and desert physiognomy school

Posted on 21/12/2016

Mohammed bin Zayed Falconry and Desert Physiognomy School, the first institution in the world to teach original Arab falconry traditions, rules and ethics, was officially inaugurated today in Al Ain City. Named after His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the project was launched in 2014 to educate future generations about deep-rooted heritage and history of the UAE and the wider Arabian Peninsula. The ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital wins World Responsible Tourism Award

Posted on 05/12/2016

The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital (ADFH) has been awarded the coveted ‘World Responsible Tourism Award 2016" for the first time at the annual World Travel Awards (WTA) Grand Final Gala Ceremony 2016. The red-carpet event was held before an audience of leaders in the industry and international media at the Sun Siyam Iru Fushi Resort located in the Maldives on Friday. The World Travel Awards, considered the Oscars of the global travel and tourism industry, has recognised the commitment to ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler sets up Sharjah Falconry Club

Posted on 30/11/2016

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has issued Emiri Decree No. 80 for 2016, setting up the Sharjah Falconry Club. The new club aims to conserve and promote the tradition and sport of falconry, build relations with local sports clubs and institutions, promote Sharjah in the UAE and abroad as a destination for falconry, develop legislation for the sport, encourage relevant initiatives to develop the sport and provide a haven for falcons ...  >>MORE

Al Marzoom Hunting Reserve receives first group of falconers in its second season

Posted on 21/11/2016

Al Marzoom Hunting Reserve in Al Gharbia, the Western Region, opened its doors recently to receive the first group of visitors and falconers in its second season, running from mid-November 2016 to mid-February 2017. Obaid Khalfan Al Mazrouei, Director of Heritage Competitions at the Cultural Programmes and Heritage Festivals Committee – Abu Dhabi, the official body that supervises the Protected Area, said that over 2,500 falconers and visitors are expected to stop at the reserve this season. ...  >>MORE

UAE's falcon breeders on training champions

Posted on 20/02/2016

Hamdan bin Mejren is a proud man. His prized falcon has outpaced every other falcon out there and vindicated the many hours, blood, sweat and tears put into training him for the big races. Across various league stages of the falconry championships organised by the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre (HHC), under the patronage of Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, Hamdan's falcon has come out on top. "This is only the second year I've had this ...  >>MORE

Seven hundred participants in hunt for honours at Fazza Championship for Falconry

Posted on 18/02/2016

The Fazza Championship for Falconry – ‘Al Hay' (Live Prey), organised and supervised by the Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, HHC, kicks off tomorrow, Thursday February 18th, with participants competing in two categories – ‘Shaheen Wahsh Farkh' and ‘Tibah Wahash Farkh.' Meticulous preparations have now been completed and it is expected that around 700 participants will be attending this three-day competition in the Seeh Al Dahl area of Dubai. The first day of the event is dedicated to ...  >>MORE

Super finals show concludes Fakhr Al Ajyal Championship for Falconry

Posted on 14/02/2016

The Fazza Championship for Falconry Telwah series concluded on Thursday (February 12th) with the climactic Al Nukhba (‘Super Finals') showdown, where two Bin Mejren brothers – Hamdan and Rashid – seized first places. The Nukhba represented a fitting finale following three falcon racing tournaments, which were organised and supervised by the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre (HHC), with the very best birds from those respective contests facing off against each other here in the Al Ruwayyah ...  >>MORE

Junior falconers have a field day

Posted on 07/02/2016

"You see these junior falconers running here and there, and you honestly don't expect what happens to them when they go inside there," Mohammed Abdullah bin Dalmook, Director of Corporate Support at the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre (HHC), said as he watched joyous scenes around him in Al Ruwayyah area in Dubai on Friday. The young Emirati falconers were preparing to compete in the 'Tibah Wahash' and 'Jeer Tibah' contests at the Fakhr Al Ajyal ('The Pride of the Generation') Championship ...  >>MORE

Junior falconers come to the fore at the Fazza Championships

Posted on 10/01/2016

Young Emirati falconers took centre stage at the Fazza Championship for Falconry Telwah, being organised and supervised by the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre (HHC) in Al Ruwayya, Dubai. Held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, the competition saw more than 400 local youngsters challenging across two sub-categories – ‘Tibah Wahash' and ‘Jeer Tibha.' An impressive turnout from the UAE falconers of tomorrow were warmly welcomed ...  >>MORE

Fazza Championship for Falconry Telwah enters exciting fifth day

Posted on 09/01/2016

The Fazza Championship for Falconry Telwah entered an exciting fifth day yesterday, with levels of excitement ramped up for competitors and spectators. Organised and supervised by the Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre (HHC), the two-week long tournament is showcasing the flying capabilities of the country's national bird and the skills of their professional falconers, with yesterday's contests devoted to the Shaheen breed of falcon in two major categories; ‘Pure Jeer Jernaas Sheikh' and ‘Pure ...  >>MORE

Falconry fans flock to fourth day of Telwah competition

Posted on 08/01/2016

Fans of the region's traditional cultural pastimes flocked to the fourth day of the Fazza Championship for Falconry Telwah. Organised and supervised by the Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, HHC, the annual event is proving a big attraction for avian lovers, professional falconers and the general public, all keen to witness the spectacular performances on display of the two main categories, ‘Sheikhs' and ‘General Public', and their sub-categories, ‘Pure Jeer Jeernas' and ‘Pure Jeer Farkh'. ...  >>MORE

Fazza Championships for Falconry - Tilwah kicks off 2nd of January

Posted on 01/01/2016

Fazza Championship for Falconry – Tilwah, the largest and most popular among the series of falconry championships, will kick off on the 2nd January. The championship will be held in Ruwayyah area, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Road, Dubai. Fazza Championship for Falconry - Tilwah, is known to be the most diversified in the competing categories and falcon breeds. Organised by The Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, HHC, the championship this year enjoys a much larger venue, more cameras and laser ...  >>MORE

405 Falconers compete on the first day of Fazza Championship for Falconry

Posted on 14/12/2015

Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, and organised by Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, the first round of the Fazza Championship for Falconry, which kicked off on Saturday, attracted 405 contestants in the Faroukh - Qarmousha category for Sheikhs and general public. Despite the strong winds, the modern technology applications and the fence windbreakers, falconers competed and earned good ...  >>MORE

UAE brings its falconry expertise to Morocco’s Lekouassem Festival

Posted on 02/06/2015

EL JADIDA, MOROCCO: The United Arab Emirates has brought its knowledge and expertise to the Lekouassem Falconry Festival, which was held May 29th-31st in Lekouassem municipality, 45 km from the Moroccan city of El Jadida. Obaid Khalfan Al Mazrouei, Director of Al Dhafra Festival's Heritage Competitions, said, "The UAE's participation in this third edition is part of our ceaseless efforts to help support the Lekouassem Falconry Festival through the knowledge and expertise that we have acquired ...  >>MORE

Falcons and houbaras among more than 120 birds released in Dubai

Posted on 19/05/2015

With a squawk and a chirp, dozens of rare and endangered birds were released into the wild on Sunday morning. More than 120 birds flew off from Al Khawaneej 2 as part of a Dubai Municipality event on World Bird Migration Day. Among those released were four falcons, that circled the area before darting off at high speed, and two houbaras, which took a more leisurely stroll out of their box as they became accustomed to their surroundings. "We wanted to do something to celebrate World Bird ...  >>MORE

The success of the UAE falcon release scheme

Posted on 18/05/2015

AKTAU, KAZAKHSTAN: It has been 21 years since the founding President Sheikh Zayed, an avid falconer, set up a conservation effort to protect the endangered birds of prey. Since then 1,726 falcons have been released back into their natural habitat, first in Pakistan, then in Iran, and back in Pakistan until the Sheikh Zayed Falcon Release Programme moved to Kazakhstan seven years ago. Sheikh Zayed established the initiative in 1995 as a way of releasing falcons after the end of the hunting ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital wins Middle East Responsible Tourism Award 2015

Posted on 12/05/2015

The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, ADFH, has won the Middle East's Responsible Tourism Award at the World Travel Awards 2015, for the third consecutive year. These awards are acknowledged across the globe as the ultimate travel accolade and aim to celebrate brands that are pushing the boundaries of industry excellence. Established by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, in 1999, the ADFH is internationally recognised for its commitment to the UAE's culture and economy and for its contribution ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to host UNESCO state parties falconry expansion workshop

Posted on 09/03/2015

A dedicated workshop to extend the international falconry file featured on UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity with new member state parties begins tomorrow in Abu Dhabi. The two-day workshop, organised by Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) will bring extension hopefuls Germany, Italy, Pakistan and Kazakhstan together with representatives from the UAE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Morocco, Syria, Belgium, Austria, Hungary, ...  >>MORE

Falconry championship continues with airplane competition

Posted on 19/02/2015

Competitions in the Fakhr Al Ajyal (Pride of the Generation) Championship for Falconry, organised and supervised by Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, continued for the sixth and seventh day in Ruwayyah, Dubai. Amid the burgeoning enthusiasm surrounding the tournament, the Organising Committee of the Fazza Championships for Falconry announced yesterday the appointment of Salem Ateej as Second Deputy Chairman of the Organising Committee. The sixth day of the championship saw the ...  >>MORE

Falcon Hospital a major tourist attraction in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 17/02/2015

The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital has become a major tourist attraction where around 9,000 birds, worth up to $1 million, get treated every year. The hospital, which includes an intensive care unit, quarantine centres and air-conditioned rooms, is considered the world's largest falcon hospital where birds are given the very best of care, said an article on yesterday's Mail Online website. The hospital features a breeding centre, X-ray department and an ophthalmology facility. Also in the ...  >>MORE

Elderly falconers gather for stories

Posted on 17/02/2015

The Fakhr Al Ajyal Championship for Falconry, organised by the Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, was open to the general public for participation on Sunday at Ruwayyah. The championship witnessed the participation of many of the veterans of the sport and Bedouin elders who have had a rich tradition of training with falcons. Seventy four-year-old Obaid bin Shinna is one such veteran falconer. Bin Shinna has been hunting with falcons since his childhood and distinctly remembers his father ...  >>MORE

IFHC's survey: Three out of four hunters say sustainable hunting is key for houbara survival

Posted on 06/02/2015

Attendees to the Third International Falconry Festival (IFF) overwhelmingly agreed that falconers are ultimately responsible for conserving the Houbara bustard, the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) reports. In a survey conducted by the Fund during the event, a definitive 74 per cent of participants agreed that falconers should practice sustainable hunting to ensure wild Houbara thrive for generations to come. The IFHC, which is dedicated to the conservation of the Houbara ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed presents 200 houbara bustards to winners in Qatar Falcons and Hunting Festival 2015

Posted on 01/02/2015

His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has presented 200 houbara bustards to the first three winners in the Sixth Qatar International Falcons and Hunting Festival 2015 as part of HH's efforts to preserve the indigenous heritage in the Gulf region and to encourage efforts aimed at breeding the houbara and protecting it from extinction. The first, second and third winners will walk away home with ...  >>MORE

Prizes for a pair of high flyers in falconry competition

Posted on 16/01/2015

Two brothers pocketed Dh500,000 each and drove off in brand new Bentleys on Wednesday after they and their birds dominated the region's top falconry event. Khalifa and Hamad bin Mijren took the top prizes on the first day of the Noukhba Finals of the Fazza Championship for Falconry in Dubai. Khalifa won the Farkh category for young birds when his Gyr Shaheen falcon covered 300 metres in 17.471 seconds. Hamad took the Jirnas title for older birds, his Gyr Tebah falcon clocking 17.709 seconds ...  >>MORE

Catching them young at Fazza Championship

Posted on 13/01/2015

The popularity of Fazza Championship for Falconry for Juniors could be judged by the enthusiasm demonstrated by the participating youngsters, with the youngest being only three-and-a-half years. In today's world of fast cars and high-speed technology, some young people in the UAE find time to connect with their roots. This is none other than developing an interest in falcons, a bird that holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Emiratis. On close observation, this is no easy task, as ...  >>MORE

Young Emiratis turn out for Fazza Championship for Falconry

Posted on 05/01/2015

More than 250 young Emiratis took part in the Fazza Championship for Falconry. The competition, which took place on Friday and Saturday in Ruwayyah, saw competitors as young as five take part in the juniors category. The event was organised by the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre. Nine-year-old Rashid Ahmed Al Saghir won first place in the "Gyr Tabeh Wahash” category on day one, finishing in 15.515 seconds. Mohammed Saif bin Markhan won first place in the Gyr Tabeh category (300 metres) ...  >>MORE

Fazza Championship for Falconry - "Telwah" kicks off in style

Posted on 31/12/2014

The Fazza Championship for Falconry – Telwah, the UAE's premier falconry tournament and one of the most eagerly anticipated heritage sport events in the region, kicked off on Saturday in Meydan, Ruwayyah. Organised and supervised by the Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, the Championship, which continues until 15th January, witnessed fierce competition in the "Airplane Championship-2 km" for general public and the "Garmousha Farakh" for Sheikhs and "Garmousha Jirnas" for Sheikhs categories, ...  >>MORE

Fazza falcons to be unleashed tomorrow

Posted on 26/12/2014

The first event on the calender of this season of the Fazza Championship for Falconry, that is being hosted by Dubai, called First Telwah starts tomorrow. Organised and supervised by the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, the 20-day-long event will be held in Meydan, Ruwayyah (formerly Dubai Bypass Road), Exit Number 55 till January 15. The championship categories include Airplane — 2 km, Falconry – Telwah in all categories for Shaikhs and general public, juniors, GCC in the categories of ...  >>MORE

Conservation projects for birds of all feathers at the third Intl' Falconry Festival

Posted on 14/12/2014

The third International Falconry Festival is coming to an end today, Saturday, after a week of majestic displays of falconry techniques, oral traditions and the sharing of myths, stories, legends and historical facts about this noble, thousands of years old heritage. Organised by the Cultural Programmes and Heritage Festivals Committee - Abu Dhabi and the Emirates Falconers Club, the festival's first edition was, in fact, in 1976, initiated by Sheikh Zayed to raise awareness and save wild ...  >>MORE

Sultan bin Tahnoun visits third International Falconry Festival

Posted on 13/12/2014

Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Transport Department and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, on Friday visited the third International Falconry Festival which is taking place between 11-13 at Al Forsan Sport Resort in Abu Dhabi. Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoun was accompanied by senior officials as he toured the various sections of the festival, considered the biggest gathering of falconers in the world with about 800 people from 80 countries. The ...  >>MORE

800 falconers around the world flock to Abu Dhabi

Posted on 13/12/2014

The biggest gathering of falconers in the world is now in Abu Dhabi, on the open grounds of Al Forsan Sport Club. Altogether, there are 800 falconers here, from 80 countries, taking part in the third International Falconry Festival and Conference, organised by the Emirates Falconers Club (EFC) and the Cultural Programmes and Heritage Festivals Committee - Abu Dhabi. "Falconry is very important to the UAE because it goes to the depths of our culture,” said Majid Al Mansouri, executive director ...  >>MORE

Arab tradition lives on thanks to Sheikh Zayed: 3rd International Falconry Conference

Posted on 12/12/2014

The third International Falconry Conference moved yesterday from the desert camp in Al Gharbia, the Western Region of Abu Dhabi Emirate, to Al Forsan Sports Resort in Abu Dhabi, along with 800 falconers from 80 countries who are taking part in this year's Falconry Festival and Conference. Not only the location, but the topics of discussions have changed, from mostly national accounts of historical facts of falconry to more global matters of falconry, starting with the UNESCO action plans for ...  >>MORE

Third International Falconry Conference starts in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 12/12/2014

The third International Falconry Conference moved from the desert camp in Al Gharbia, the Western Region of Abu Dhabi Emirate, to Al Forsan Sport Resort in Abu Dhabi, along with 800 falconers from 80 countries that are taking part in this year's Falconry Festival and Conference. Not only the location, but the topics of discussions have changed too, from mostly national accounts of historical facts of falconry to more global matters of falconry, starting with the UNESCO action plans for ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Zayed launches Mohamed bin Zayed Falconry School

Posted on 12/12/2014

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region, and Chairman of the Emirates Falconers' Club, on Thursday announced the launch of the Mohamed bin Zayed Falconry and Desert School during his opening of the third International Falconry Conference in Abu Dhabi today. Held under the patronage of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan at Al Forsan Sport Resort in Abu Dhabi, the event attracts nearly 800 falconers from 80 countries. 'The ...  >>MORE

International Festival of Falconry - a unique experience for falcon lovers

Posted on 10/12/2014

he third International Festival of Falconry held from December 7th-9th in the western region of Al Gharbiyah in Abu Dhabi has attracted hundreds of people from the world over and even more birds of prey, to gather in a secluded camp to practice what they all care for passionately: falconry. The Festival, organised by the Emirates Falconers Club and the Cultural Programmes and Heritage Festivals Committee – Abu Dhabi, will be moving to Al Forsan International Sport Resort in Abu Dhabi on ...  >>MORE

Falconry festival to attract 500 participants

Posted on 02/11/2014

Under the patronage of the President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Cultural Programmes and Heritage Festivals Committee - Abu Dhabi will organise the 2014 International Festival of Falconry from December 7 to 13 across the Capital. The new edition will be characterised by the participation of 80 countries represented by more than 500 falconers, experts, researchers and officials, and representatives from Unesco and other international organisations concerned with the ...  >>MORE

500 falconers from 80 countries swoop on Abu Dhabi

Posted on 29/10/2014

More than 500 falconers from 80 countries will descend on Abu Dhabi next month to take part in what is considered the biggest gathering in the history of the sport. The International Festivals of Falconry, which will take place alongside the Sheikh Zayed Heritage Festival in Abu Dhabi begins at the Falconers' Camp in Hamim, Al Gharbia, on December 7 where falconers will spend three days practising hunting prey with their birds. After the first three days in Al Gharbia the festival will move ...  >>MORE

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Hamdan bin Zayed visits Al Marzoom reserve, stresses importance of preserving identity, heritage


Houbara Fund participates in the President's Falconry Cup in Abu Dhabi


Abu Dhabi Culture Authority welcomes five new countries joining the UNESCO's falconry file


Inside the world's biggest falcon hospital in Abu Dhabi


UAE inaugurates world's first Arab falconry and desert physiognomy school


Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital wins World Responsible Tourism Award


Sharjah Ruler sets up Sharjah Falconry Club


Al Marzoom Hunting Reserve receives first group of falconers in its second season


UAE's falcon breeders on training champions


Seven hundred participants in hunt for honours at Fazza Championship for Falconry


Super finals show concludes Fakhr Al Ajyal Championship for Falconry


Junior falconers have a field day


Junior falconers come to the fore at the Fazza Championships


Fazza Championship for Falconry Telwah enters exciting fifth day


Falconry fans flock to fourth day of Telwah competition


Fazza Championships for Falconry - Tilwah kicks off 2nd of January


405 Falconers compete on the first day of Fazza Championship for Falconry


UAE brings its falconry expertise to Morocco’s Lekouassem Festival


Falcons and houbaras among more than 120 birds released in Dubai


The success of the UAE falcon release scheme


Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital wins Middle East Responsible Tourism Award 2015


Abu Dhabi to host UNESCO state parties falconry expansion workshop


Falconry championship continues with airplane competition


Falcon Hospital a major tourist attraction in Abu Dhabi


Elderly falconers gather for stories


IFHC's survey: Three out of four hunters say sustainable hunting is key for houbara survival


Mohamed bin Zayed presents 200 houbara bustards to winners in Qatar Falcons and Hunting Festival 2015


Prizes for a pair of high flyers in falconry competition


Catching them young at Fazza Championship


Young Emiratis turn out for Fazza Championship for Falconry


Fazza Championship for Falconry - "Telwah" kicks off in style


Fazza falcons to be unleashed tomorrow


Conservation projects for birds of all feathers at the third Intl' Falconry Festival


Sultan bin Tahnoun visits third International Falconry Festival


800 falconers around the world flock to Abu Dhabi


Arab tradition lives on thanks to Sheikh Zayed: 3rd International Falconry Conference


Third International Falconry Conference starts in Abu Dhabi


Hamdan bin Zayed launches Mohamed bin Zayed Falconry School


International Festival of Falconry - a unique experience for falcon lovers


Falconry festival to attract 500 participants


500 falconers from 80 countries swoop on Abu Dhabi