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Kent Carnie

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The Peregrine Fund Inc

HQ Phone:  (208) 362-3716

Email: k***@***.org

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The Peregrine Fund Inc

5668 W FLYING HAWK LN

Boise, Idaho, 83709

United States

Company Description

Welcome to The Peregrine Fund, an organization founded in 1970 by Tom Cade who was then the Professor of Ornithology at Cornell University. The Peregrine Fund developed from the shared concern that the Peregrine Falcon might go extinct in the wild if nothing w...more

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Staff | The Peregrine Fund

S. Kent Carnie


http://www.idahostatesman.com/102/story/75257.html

When Kent Carnie, curator of the Peregrine Fund's Archive of Falconry, received a donation of a traditional Arab falconry tent, he jokingly told the donor he needed a "box" in which to display it.


Should Apprentice Falconers be Allowed to Fly American Kestrels?

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.


Should Apprentice Falconers be Allowed to Fly American Kestrels?

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.


http://www.peregrinefund.org/falconry

Volume V - An Ancient Sport in the New World, by S. Kent Carnie (2013).
S. Kent Carnie became founding curator


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