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Falconry is a traditional activity involving hunting with trained falcons.
It is believed that falconry emerged and originated in the spacious steppes of Asia and then spread through cultural and commercial relations to other parts of the world.

Falconry has evolved and spread through communities and societies as a form of intangible cultural heritage, a socially entertaining practice and a means of communication and interaction with nature. Although it was formerly a means of obtaining food, it has also borne many social denotations, values and meanings. Moreover, it has become emblem symbol of friendship, sharing, participation and an expression of freedom, as the falconers have a distinctive set of cultural traditions and morals, even though they come from different social backgrounds. They are also eager to transfer this heritage sport to their children, grandchildren and young social groups.
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