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Dublin Falconry Openning in New Premises
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Our friends at Dublin Falconry are opening this weekend in Balbriggan. This is a great oppurtunity to see these magnificent birds in action and at the same time support their conservation and this small Irish business.


We are now open for business at our new location, at Courtlough Shooting Grounds, Balbriggan, County Dublin (Click here for Directions) from April 7th.

We have a special offer for our opening Easter weekend, Sat thru Mon (7-9 April), 12pm until 6pm with Flying Displays at 13:30 and 15:30, weather permitting. Price per person, €5.


Trevor Roche, providing  Conservation, Education & keeping the History of Falconry alive in Ireland.

Falconry is an art that originated in the east circa 400 AD. It has since proceeded westward throughout Europe. The Falcon, a powerful, beautiful and charismatic predator is the fastest animal in the world. Whether loved, hated or feared, whether worshiped as a god, valued as a hunting partner or used as a corporate or heraldic symbol - falcons have fascinated humans for millennia.
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