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Mr. Kent Carnie

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NCFG NOTES
www.ncfalconersguild.org, 1 April 2003 [cached]
In the past the TAC, under the leadership of Kent Carnie, has provided information to States and falconers regarding falconry regulations, extended seasons, out-of-state take and research.
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Kent Carnie has desired, for sometime, to retire from the TAC and attend more to the Archives of American Falconry.Kent has served NAFA for more than three decades and has been the recipient of numerous awards from NAFA and falconry organizations throughout the country.He will remain as an ex-officio member of the TAC.
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While we could not attend personally, we did contact Kent Carnie, the curator of the AAF offering our congratulations.As you know the NCFG contributed funding for this very worthwhile cause and I know a number of you personally contributed as well.Larry received a call from Kent this week and he wished to not only (once again) thank the Guild for helping to make it possible, but to report on the opening.He said that those falconers that could attend were impressed by the new additions."Everyone", he said "seemed to have a really good time and had plenty of time to look around at their history and what we were doing with it."
For more information about the Archives, be sure to visit the website at: http://www.peregrinefund.org/archive.html To visit the AAF or the World Center for Birds of Prey, contact Kent Carnie at 208-362-3716.
The Peregrine Fund - World Center of Birds Of Prey
www.peregrinefund.org, 21 May 2002 [cached]
"The Archives collections have expanded to the point where they encompass a world-wide perspective," stated Kent Carnie, Founding Director of the AAF. "Once the match from the private sector is secured, the IMLS grant will provide us with the opportunity to continue to improve our preservation methods for these historically invaluable collections," concluded Carnie.
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Kent Carnie The Peregrine Fund (208) 362-3716 (office) aaf@peregrinefund.org
Back to Archives of Falconry Press Releases
The Conservation Assessment Program – Spotlight Article Archives
heritagepreservation.org, 28 Aug 2012 [cached]
Kent Carnie, Director of the Archives of American Falconry in Boise, Idaho, feels that their 2001 CAP grant has been "exceedingly valuable" to his organization.
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Kent has maintained his relationship with Katherine and her expertise continues to be of great assistance.
The new Gerald D. and Kathryn S. Herrick Collections Building was completed in September 2002 and incorporated many of Kathleen's suggestions. From its ridge-top site, the building enjoys a magnificent view of the Boise valley and the mountains beyond. Unable to ignore this aesthetic asset, Kent placed two large picture windows in the Archives library/display room.
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On completion, Kent invited Kathleen to tour their new facility.
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Kent is thrilled with their CAP assessment. He firmly believes that "every museum in the country should be applying for CAP and using the report as the foundation for future grant applications. CAP is too great an opportunity for any museum to ignore. (CAPabilities, Fall 2003, Vol. 9 Issue 2)
Thank you to Kent Carnie for his assistance with this article.
Should Apprentice Falconers be Allowed to Fly American Kestrels?
www.americanfalconry.com, 17 Feb 2006 [cached]
We would like to thank Colonel Kent Carnie, Curator of the Archives of American Falconry, for his assistance in locating the published data used in this article.
Burlington Free Press - Local Stories
www.burlingtonfreepress.com, 12 Aug 2000 [cached]
Kent Carnie, archivist for the Archives of American Falconry, in Boise, Idaho, takes a similarly critical view.
Falconry has never exploded, nor will it ever, said Carnie, who is writing a book on the sport's history in the Americas.The very nature of the sport is too demanding.There are few nuts and that be about the size of it.
People do not practice falconry to hunt things.They practice it to see the bird fly at its utmost, he said.Their utmost is absolutely spectacular..
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