A trip to the Ohio School of Falconry

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It is not every day that a hawk comes flying out of a tree and lands ever so softly on your hand.

That is unless your name is Joe Dorrian who heads up the Ohio School of Falconry.

Dorrian he started the school about three years ago with the intention of providing people with the experience of what it is like to be up close and personal with these birds.

As part of the school, you learn how to work and handle these birds of prey. They could range from hawks and falcons to eagles and owls.

Falconry is a sport that goes back thousands and thousands of years and it is practiced on every continent in the world except for Antarctica.

For more information on the Ohio School of Falconry, click here.

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