The mission of the Women’s Working Group is to work with IAF to assist women falconers around the world, through education, promotion, networking and mentoring as they seek to practice the sport of falconry as a hunting tradition. To document and preserve the general history of our art as well as women’s role within it. Many women have contributed to the history, methodology and community of Falconry worldwide. IAF’s board and advisory committee includes women falconers and there are women falconers serving as national delegates on the IAF Council of Delegates.

For further information see list bellow or visit https://www.facebook.com/wwgiaf

WWG Representatives, Contact List and Official Flyer

  • Official email: wwgiaf@gmail.com
  • Alessandra Oliveto, Brasil aleoliveto@gmail.com
  • Ellen Hagen, Norway ellen.hagen.9@gmail.com
  • To acess the complete contact list click here:
  • To acess the official flyer click here: FLYER WWG 2017 NEW

 

WOMEN FALCONERS THROUGH HISTORY – An informative guide designed to share information about female falconers pre-1800. Article by Ellen Hagen. Download here.

WASH CONFERENCE- WOMEN AND SUSTAINABLE HUNTING -The third highly successful series of WaSH “Women and Sustainable Hunting” conferences, organized since 2012 by the Artemis Working Group of the CIC took place from July 2-3, 2016, in Wageningen, the Netherlands. The Royal Dutch Hunting Club hosted this year’s event (themed “Education”) in collaboration with the International Association of Falconry and Conservation of Birds of Prey. Click here to download the booklet of the Conference, which was sponsored by the Falconry Heritage Trust.

If you would you like to contribute information about an historical lady falconer or other interesting evidence related to women in falconry history, please contact us in the IAF Women’s Working Group at wwgiaf@gmail.com