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Winter Field Meet

Rocco Addeo and Bill Hatch hosted a fun day of hunting and hawking this January.  It was beautiful, warm day for a New England winter and many falconers and spectators attended the meet.  Game was plenty, the birds had several … Continue reading

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MFHT Picnic

It was a beautiful day at Robinson State Park. The MFHT had their annual picnic and falconers, families and interested folks from across the state came to share good food, laughs and memories. Thanks to our hosts Mr. & Mrs. … Continue reading

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The Massachusetts Outdoor Expo

The MFHT participated in the educating the public about falconry and bird conservation at the Massachusetts Outdoor Expo last weekend.   This event was held at the Hamilton Road and Gun Club. The Massachusetts Outdoor Expo, also known as The Big MOE was … Continue reading

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Mass Wildlife Open House 

It was a beautiful day with over 1800 attendees at the Mass Wildlife Open House this weekend. The MA Falconry and Hawk Trust educated the public about falconry and birds of prey. Club members Bill Johnston, Mike Meade, Joe Gomes, … Continue reading

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Winter Field Meet

Bill Hatch and Rocco Addeo hosted a fun day of hunting and hawking this February.  It was beautiful, strangely warm day for a New England winter and many falconers and spectators attended the meet.  Game was plenty, the birds had … Continue reading

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Summer Picnic

It was a beautiful day at the MFHT summer picnic! Good food, great friends/families and wonderful conversations catching up on the off season.  Diane Welch, Kim Meiners and Wendy Pavlicek brought their birds for viewing.  We would like to thank … Continue reading

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MFHT supports Sportsman Alliance and Cabela’s 

Representatives from the MFHT were present with their birds at today’s event, run by Diane Welch and the Sportsman’s Alliance at Cabela’s. Birds of Prey and conservation were the focus of the talk.

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