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Falcon Hunting Vehicle
Falcon Hunting Vehicle and Falconry, the art of hunting wild game with trained birds of prey, is one of the oldest sports still practiced. Its origins are in dispute, though the earliest records are from China and the Middle East. There is some speculation that one of the Mongolian Khans may have introduced the sport to the Middle East with war parties dispatched to that area. Egyptians most certainly revered falcons, as their God Horus shows, though whether the birds were trained cannot be ascertained from known hieroglyphs. Certainly in terms of large numbers of people being involved in the art and Falcon Hunting Vehicle, the Middle East would have to be considered the epicenter of falconry, and it has certainly been practiced there for over a thousand years.
After the advent of guns, the art waned throughout much of the world, and is today a real part of the overall culture only in parts of central Asia and the Middle East. There are currently only a few thousand individuals in the United States who have passed written examinations and served apprenticeships in order to gain permission from the Department of the Interior to hunt with Falcon Fastest Creature on Earth
The relationship between Peregrine Falcons and humans goes back thousands of years. Once highly prolific and widespread throughout the world, Peregrine Falcons were commonly used throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East in the practice of Falconry. Peregrines are naturally docile and easily lent themselves to taming by humans who saw the Falcon’s hunting prowess as an asset in hunting for food. The Peregrine’s magnificent speed and power also made it the favorite bird for falconers in the Middle Ages. The female, which is slightly larger and more powerful than the male, was preferred, and only she is given the title of “falcon.” A male Peregrine is referred to as a “tiercel” meaning third.