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The New Mexico Falconers' Association is a loose affiliation of all licensed falconers and hawkers in the state of New Mexico. Membership is based solely on the falconer's maintenance of their credentials with the state and federal government.
The sport of falconry is the most regulated form of hunting in the United States of America. Becoming a licensed falconer requires passing written examinations, facilities inspections and an apprenticeship under an experienced falconer that lasts a minimum of 2 years. If you are interested in becoming a falconer please read more about it at the New Mexico Department of Game & Fish website (look under the Special Permit Applications heading). We have also included a list of publications that all falconers should find important. If you have additional questions, email us at [email protected]
New Mexico Falconers Build Kestrel Boxes
On Saturday, March 23, 2013, a group of New Mexico falconers and friends got together to build nesting boxes for kestrels. Go to our news and events page for more pictures and information about the project!