Who is the FFC for?
We are open to women of all ages interested in birds of prey and active in all areas of falconry. This includes hunting, display flying, education, breeding birds of prey and raptor conservation.
We also really welcome those women who are completely new to falconry, and are interested in learning more about working with birds of prey.
Why was the FFC formed?
The Female Falconers Club was formed to connect female falconers across the UK.
We run events and field meets that are inclusive to all skill levels, and can be accessed by all ages and abilities.
The Club allows us to share our passion for our falconry birds, the countryside and the future of wild raptors worldwide.
We want to promote good practice in the sport - through shared learning, education and support, and encourage new generations to keep the sport and tradition of falconry alive. We offer falconry training with approved assessors in our membership - in partnership with Raptor Awards accreditation.
The club is not about excluding men, but about celebrating and encouraging women within falconry.