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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - FALCONRY

Rescue efforts release 700 bustards into wild

Posted on 08/12/2011

More than 700 Houbara bustards bred in captivity have been released in UAE wilderness areas this year as part of efforts to preserve the endangered species. The effort has grown each year since 2004, when five of the birds were released. "This year we are releasing the highest number so far in the UAE," said Mohammed Al Baidani, the director general of the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC), which is overseeing the work. The efforts will continue until February next year, ...  >>MORE

The 2nd International Festival of Falconry to take off next Sunday

Posted on 07/12/2011

Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, Al Ain City in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi will host the Second International Festival of Falconry from 11 to17 December. The Festival is organised by the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) in cooperation with the Emirates Falconers' Club and the Council of British Falconers. Mohamed Khalaf Al Mazrouei, Advisor for Culture and Heritage in the Court of His Highness the Crown Prince of ...  >>MORE

Festival of Falconry to celebrate living heritage

Posted on 27/11/2011

Al Ain City in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi will host from Dec. 11-17 the Second International Festival of Falconry. The events of the festival, which witnesses the participation of 75 countries from around the world, will be held between a number of desert camps for falconers in Rimah region and in Jahili Fort in Al Ain. Jahili Fort was awarded the 2010 International Architecture Award by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design ...  >>MORE

Falconry festival in UAE

Posted on 22/08/2011

The third International Festival of Falconry (IFF) will take place for the first time in the UAE, in Al Ain, between December 10 and 18. The Emirates Falconers' Club will welcome individual falconers and falconry clubs from about 50 countries. They will display their skills with traditional hunting birds. The festival will be enriched with traditional music and folklore, arts and crafts and a culinary experience and plenty of falcons flying about, as well as a display of Emirati heritage, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi seeks nominations for its highest awards

Posted on 16/08/2011

When Dr Margit Muller moved to Abu Dhabi from Germany 10 years ago and began nursing ailing falcons back to health, she never dreamt of being recognised publicly for her caring work. But as the director of the Falcon Hospital in Sweihan, she demonstrated enough passion and love for birds to win the highest medal of recognition any civilian in Abu Dhabi can receive. "My aim was to be able to provide the best possible care for falcons and birds of prey in Abu Dhabi," said Dr Muller, a ...  >>MORE

UAE releases 100 houbara bustards in Uzbekistan

Posted on 14/06/2011

Emirates Centre for Wildlife Propagation (ECWP) has released 100 captive-bred houbara bustards into the wild of Bukhara in Uzbekistan as part of a programme to release 350 birds. HH Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior said the move underscores President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan's unstinted support for conservation of the environment and heritage. 'The release of the bird forms an important component of the UAE ...  >>MORE

Saker Falcon numbers given an extra lift by barrels on poles

Posted on 12/06/2011

The founders of the UAE and Mongolia had something in common. Both Sheikh Zayed and Genghis Khan adored the Saker Falcon. A collection of metal barrels on poles overlooking Mongolia's steppes will ensure that this creature and other birds of prey get the chance they deserve. Scientists have crossed the steppes of Mongolia to make the first survey of 5,250 artificial nests built as part of a Dh8.6 million breeding programme for birds of prey established by the UAE and Mongolian governments. ...  >>MORE

IFHC successfully releases seven captive-bred Asian Houbara in Kazakhstan

Posted on 07/04/2011

The International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) recently announced the success of their first controlled experiment to release seven captive bred Asian Houbara into the wild in Kazakhstan. The aim behind the release was to find out if the Houbara were able to survive in the wild and migrate. If they were able to migrate, the study could show whether the captive bred Asian Houbara could identify their migration route merely by hereditary instinct or by emulating the behavior of the ...  >>MORE

Pro-Falcon Centre to put UAE in the ranks of countries protecting wildlife

Posted on 22/03/2011

Sheikh Sultan bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, Adviser to His Highness President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, said that the President's idea to set up the Pro-Falcon Centre - the largest centre in the world for breeding falcons - has put UAE among the countries that preserve the environment and wildlife. The Pro-Falcon Centre is envisaged to be the centre for research and a unique seat of science on the global level. The Falcon Conservation Project 'Pro-Falcon' was established in Al Ain in 1996 ...  >>MORE

Europe celebrates Abu Dhabi's efforts to register falconry at UNESCO

Posted on 16/02/2011

The European Union has celebrated UAE's successful registration of falconry as a living human heritage on the Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity at UNESCO. Following a joint invitation from the EU Sub-Committee on Agriculture, Fisheries and Environment and the International Falconers Forum, the UAE, represented by the Emirates Falconers Club and the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), took part in a ceremony held at the seat of the European ...  >>MORE

Record year for falcon hospital in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 10/02/2011

The year 2010 was a record year for the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital (ADFH) with accomplishments in all departments. The ADFH, the first public hospital for falcons in the UAE, recorded an 18 per cent in the number of patient visits with over 5,835 falcons being attended to in 2010. This was the highest number of visits since the hospital opened its doors in 1999, a statement said. Dr Margit Muller, Director of ADFH said that the facility is the largest falcon hospital in the world, ...  >>MORE

Ground-breaking Falcon genetics project launched in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 17/01/2011

A new project to study and sequence the genomes (hereditary information) of Peregrine and Saker Falcons has begun in Abu Dhabi. Blood samples have been collected from specially selected male specimens of Peregrine and Saker at the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital (ADFH). DNA from these samples will be analysed to determine the full genetic sequences that make up the genome of these locally important falcon species. The project is under the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD), and supported by Abu ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Zayed receives the Grand Falconer of the Kingdom of Spain

Posted on 01/12/2010

HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region and Chairman of Emirates Falconers Club received today at his Nakheel Palace Antonio de Castro, the Grand Falconer of the Kingdom of Spain and the President of the Spain's Royal Association of Falconry. De Castro extended congratulations to Sheikh Hamdan on the success of the UAE for getting falconry registered in the official list of the ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity' by UNESCO. The recent inclusion ...  >>MORE

UAE hailed for its role in inscribing falconry with UNESCO Intangible Heritage of Humanity

Posted on 24/11/2010

Mohammed Khalaf Al Mazrouei, the Advisor for Culture and Heritage at the Court of the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and Director General of the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), praised the role played by the UAE leadership in the successful registration of falconry as a living human heritage on the representative list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). The UAE has played a key role in ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Zayed hails UNESCO decision to register falconry as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Posted on 22/11/2010

Ruler's Representative in the Western Region and Chairman of the Emirates Falconers' Club HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan hailed the efforts of President HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to preserve heritage and pass it to the coming generations. He also lauded the support of Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and General HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dhabi and deputy supreme commander of ...  >>MORE

UNESCO unanimously agrees to register falconry as a live universal heritage of humanity

Posted on 18/11/2010

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) announced the registration of falconry as a live human heritage among the representative list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, thanks to the efforts led by the United Arab Emirates through coordination and cooperation with eleven Arab and foreign countries in the preparation of the international falconry dossier. The announcement came during the meetings of the Intergovernmental Committee for Intangible ...  >>MORE

EAD supports wild Saker Falcon nesting project in Mongolia

Posted on 30/08/2010

The Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi (EAD) is working on an innovative project with the Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism (MNET) in Mongolia on an artificial nesting programme aimed at increasing the wild Saker falcon population. The process of placing 5,000 artificial nests has begun, all of which are predicted to provide nesting sites for up to 500 pairs of Sakers by the year 2015. This project is being funded by the Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi (EAD), and resourced by ...  >>MORE

UAE presents its efforts in handling falconry file to UNESCO meet in Thailand

Posted on 01/08/2010

The UAE presented its pilot experiment in compiling an international file on falconry to the regional consultation meeting on intangible heritage beyond borders: safeguarding through international which was hosted by the UNESCO in Bangkok, Thailand. This Consultation aims to raise awareness on the nature of intangible heritage that is shared across borders and to promote international cooperation in this area. Dr. Nasser Al Hameri, Director of Intangible Heritage Department at Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

CNN's report highlights UAE's Falcons Hospital

Posted on 14/06/2010

CNN's Middle East edition, in a recent extensive report on June 10th, highlighted the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, the largest of its kind in the world, employing 52 people and treating around 5,000 birds each year. The CNN's report titled "Inside Abu Dhabi's state-of-the-art falcon hospital", says "pampered patients" stay in air-conditioned rooms and are fed a daily diet of quail -- and occasionally, mice at the state-of-the-art hospital. Following is the full report: There's a ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Falcon Release Programme completes 16 years

Posted on 17/05/2010

This year, 57 falcons were released in the wild above the Altai Mountain range in Kazakhstan and for the first time ever, a gyr falcon was released among them. The release programme was organised under the aegis of the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD), with medical support being provided by the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital. The Sheikh Zayed Falcon Release Programme was set up back in 1995 by the then President of the UAE, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who had realised the ...  >>MORE

In falconry, hoods make the bird

Posted on 10/04/2010

Even before the falcon and its owner have reached his counter, Shehab Deen has already pulled out a row of hoods for the bird's owner to peruse. "This one,” he says, holding up a deep red and black leather hood, "is perfect for such a big lady.” The hood – size three – bears a gold mark on its front, a large C with an F inscribed inside it, the mark of the Dutch falcon equipment makers, Falconcrest. With an adjustable strap at the back and three strands of loose leather protruding from a ...  >>MORE

UAE's falconry used by top Dutch photographer to track Abu Dhabi's development

Posted on 05/04/2010

Abu Dhabi's culture and development will take centre stage in a photographic gallery in Holland and across the pages of KLM's in-flight magazine following a four-day shoot of the emirate by international photographer Lodewijk Duijvesteijn. Known for his use of light and provocative style, Lodewijk, a graduate of The Netherland's Royal Academy of Art who has been commissioned by some of the world's top magazines and brands, spent the first two days of his visit to Abu Dhabi at the emirate's ...  >>MORE

EAD and China's State Forestry Administration sign agreement to conserve houbara bustard

Posted on 22/03/2010

An agreement was signed yesterday between the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD) and the State Forestry Administration of the People's Republic of China to enhance cooperation between the two parties regarding the protection, breeding, and release of Houbara Bustard. The agreement was signed by H.E Mohammad Ahmad Al Bowardi, Secretary General of the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi Emirate, Managing Director of EAD and Deputy Chairman of the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) , ...  >>MORE

70 captive-bred houbara released in the Western Region

Posted on 17/01/2010

As part of Abu Dhabi's efforts to protect Houbara bustards and its comprehensive global strategy of producing over 50,000 houbara bustards to increase the bird's population in their natural habitats in its geographic distribution in Asia and North Africa, 70 captive-bred Houbara bustards produced at the National Avian Research Centre (NARC) of the International Fund for Houbara Conservation were released today by H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital takes 'Golden Tourism Award'

Posted on 05/01/2010

Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, the world's largest facility of its kind and one of the main tourist attractions in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, has won the prestigious 'Golden Tourism Award' by the Madrid-headquartered Trade Leaders Club, a business organisation representing 7000 producers and service providers across 120 countries. The award is in recognition of Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital's outstanding leisure and MICE tourism programme, which includes guided tours of the facility and ...  >>MORE

EAD tracks Steppe Eagle to Kazakhstan

Posted on 11/11/2009

A young Steppe Eagle was successfully tagged and tracked by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD). Thanks to this satellite tracking programme, the Agency has learned interesting information that will help it to conserve the Eagle's wintering routes and breeding areas. The Steppe Eagle is a relatively uncommon winter migrant to the UAE, compared to other countries in the region. They are more likely to be found in Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Oman. The Steppe Eagle was brought to the Abu ...  >>MORE

Falconers sign international file for UNESCO's heritage list

Posted on 20/08/2009

The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) concluded its workshop on falconry on Tuesday in preparation for submitting a file for the registration of the falconry as a world intangible heritage at the UNESCO before the end of this month. The participating countries signed the final form of the file which will be submitted to the UNESCO by August-end. Countries participating in the two-day workshop include the UAE, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Qatar, Belgium, France, Czech ...  >>MORE

Falconry registered as world intangible heritage

Posted on 19/08/2009

The registration of falconry as a world intangible heritage at UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity project, which has been adopted by the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), is one of the unique projects that call for cultural coexistence between nations throughout the world. Mohammad Khalaf Al Mazroui, ADACH director general, made the above statement at the opening session of a workshop on falconry organised by the authority in Abu ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi hosts workshop on falconry

Posted on 08/08/2009

Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) is organising a workshop on falconry on Monday and Tuesday (17th-18th August, 2009) in preparation for submitting a file for the registration of the falconry as a world intangible heritage at the UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritge of Humanity before the end of this month. Countries participating in the workshop include the UAE, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Qatar, Belgium, France, Czech Republic, Slovakia, ...  >>MORE

Prince Andrew visits Abu Dhabi Village at the 2009 International Festival of Falconry

Posted on 13/07/2009

Reading, UK - HE Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority, presented Sunday to the Duke of York HRH Prince Andrew a majestic , female, gyr falcon at the conclusion of the Second International Festival of Falconry, at Englefield in Reading Sunday. The magnificent gyr falcon, which is yet to be named by the Duke of York, is the largest of all falcon species. It was given to the Duke of York ...  >>MORE

UAE bids to get falconry included on UNESCO list

Posted on 13/07/2009

The UAE is stepping up efforts to have falconry included in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). The effort is being led by the Emirates Falconers' Club and the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) as part of an international campaign to promote falconry. ADACH representatives will meet in London on Tuesday with experts from other Arab states. - Emirates News ...  >>MORE

Sultan bin Tahnoun attends opening of the Second International Festival of Falconry

Posted on 12/07/2009

Reading, UK - HE Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Authority of Culture and Heritage (ADACH), attended here today the opening of the Second International Festival of Falconry. Expressing his pleasure on attending this colourful two-day event, which will run from July 11- 12, Sheikh Sultan said that :'The participation of Abu Dhabi at this international heritage and cultural gathering is to promote our heritage and tradition, particularly the falconry, which is an ...  >>MORE

UK children experience ancient art of falconry

Posted on 11/07/2009

More than 500 children will experience Arabian culture, including falconry, during a 'Schools' Day' at the Second International Festival of Falconry in the UK. The children will take part in activities and learn about cultures from 50 participating nations from Europe, Arabia, Central and Southern Asia and South America. The action-packed day will give the children from local primary schools a preview of the festival which takes place a day before the festival opens to the public on July 11 ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi takes part in Falconry Festival in Britain's Reading

Posted on 22/06/2009

The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) has announced its participation in the second International Falconry Festival in Reading (UK), to be held from 10th-12th of July 2009. The Festival includes great displays of delegations from 45 countries in their national costumes with their birds of prey, in addition to hunting dogs, horses and camels. It also includes shows of one of the fastest birds in the world, a camp for Arab desert and tents for falconers. The Festival gives ...  >>MORE

UAE leads initiative to submit falconry file to UN

Posted on 11/06/2009

The UAE is leading an initiative to submit a file to UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), to register falconry as a form of intangible cultural heritage, it was discussed at a workshop on Wednesday. Representatives from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Syria and Morocco attended the two-day workshop organised by Abu Dhabi Authority for culture and heritage (ADACH), Emirates Falconer's Club and the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development. ...  >>MORE

68 falcons, including 22 sakers and 46 peregrines released by Abu Dhabi in Kazakhstan

Posted on 04/06/2009

68 falcons, including 22 sakers and 46 peregrines, were released on May 9 - 10, in the Altai mountain area in Kazakhstan, which is famous for falcons. Ten of the falcons, including 7 sakers and 3 peregrines, carried a satellite tracking device, according to a press release by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi. The most recent release of the falcons, the 15th so far by Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi and part of Abu Dhabi's strategy to preserve this species, was carried out upon directives from ...  >>MORE

The lure to protect falconry

Posted on 25/05/2009

The UAE will try to get Unesco world heritage status for the sport of falconry by the end of the summer, having received the backing of a dozen countries. The Emirates is leading the international effort to protect falconry as a part of world cultural heritage. About 65 nations practise training birds of prey for hunting game. The formal submission will be made on Aug 31. Nick Fox, the director of International Wildlife Consultants based in Wales, is supporting the Emirates Falconers' Club to ...  >>MORE

Conservation to take centre stage at the 2nd International Festival of Falconry

Posted on 24/05/2009

Abu Dhabi's International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) announced its participation at the 2nd International Festival of Falconry. Sponsored by the Emirates Falconers” Club, the festival will be held this summer in the United Kingdom, from the 11-12 July. The International Fund for Houbara Conservation was established to protect the houbara bustard through captive breeding programs, educational outreach and international alliances with fellow conservationists. Much of this effort is ...  >>MORE

Inside the falcon 'beauty parlour'

Posted on 11/04/2009

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, a few kilometres from Abu Dhabi International Airport en route to Sweihan, falcons are treated no less than royalty. When Gulf News visited some of the winged visitors were being given manicures and pedicures. But unlike humans, they are hardly beauty treatments. The eminent Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital (ADFH), which was recently in the news for having received an international tourism award, caters to these highly prized possessions which are so ...  >>MORE

EAD tracks sooty falcon migration

Posted on 07/12/2008

A single adult Sooty falcon has been successfully tracked to its wintering areas in Madagascar. This is the first satellite tracking of Sooty falcon, locally known as Saqr Al Ghurba, anywhere in the world, according to the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD). EAD has been undertaking studies since the year 2002 to further understand how to better conserve key bird species in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The Sooty Falcon, which has since been dubbed �Ibn Battuta' by EAD officials, was ...  >>MORE

A flying heritage

Posted on 21/11/2008

For centuries, falcons were used in the UAE as hunters, trained by the Bedouin tribes. The hunters would catch the birds, train them to catch prey and then release them once the season was over. Today, falconry is practised as a sport and is still a popular, traditional pastime in the country. Two years ago, the National Falcon and Heritage Sports Centre was opened in Nad Al Sheba, providing a hub to falconers for the sale of the birds of prey and other related accessories. It also ...  >>MORE

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Rescue efforts release 700 bustards into wild


The 2nd International Festival of Falconry to take off next Sunday


Festival of Falconry to celebrate living heritage


Falconry festival in UAE


Abu Dhabi seeks nominations for its highest awards


UAE releases 100 houbara bustards in Uzbekistan


Saker Falcon numbers given an extra lift by barrels on poles


IFHC successfully releases seven captive-bred Asian Houbara in Kazakhstan


Pro-Falcon Centre to put UAE in the ranks of countries protecting wildlife


Europe celebrates Abu Dhabi's efforts to register falconry at UNESCO


Record year for falcon hospital in Abu Dhabi


Ground-breaking Falcon genetics project launched in Abu Dhabi


Hamdan bin Zayed receives the Grand Falconer of the Kingdom of Spain


UAE hailed for its role in inscribing falconry with UNESCO Intangible Heritage of Humanity


Hamdan bin Zayed hails UNESCO decision to register falconry as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity


UNESCO unanimously agrees to register falconry as a live universal heritage of humanity


EAD supports wild Saker Falcon nesting project in Mongolia


UAE presents its efforts in handling falconry file to UNESCO meet in Thailand


CNN's report highlights UAE's Falcons Hospital


Sheikh Zayed Falcon Release Programme completes 16 years


In falconry, hoods make the bird


UAE's falconry used by top Dutch photographer to track Abu Dhabi's development


EAD and China's State Forestry Administration sign agreement to conserve houbara bustard


70 captive-bred houbara released in the Western Region


Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital takes 'Golden Tourism Award'


EAD tracks Steppe Eagle to Kazakhstan


Falconers sign international file for UNESCO's heritage list


Falconry registered as world intangible heritage


Abu Dhabi hosts workshop on falconry


Prince Andrew visits Abu Dhabi Village at the 2009 International Festival of Falconry


UAE bids to get falconry included on UNESCO list


Sultan bin Tahnoun attends opening of the Second International Festival of Falconry


UK children experience ancient art of falconry


Abu Dhabi takes part in Falconry Festival in Britain's Reading


UAE leads initiative to submit falconry file to UN


68 falcons, including 22 sakers and 46 peregrines released by Abu Dhabi in Kazakhstan


The lure to protect falconry


Conservation to take centre stage at the 2nd International Festival of Falconry


Inside the falcon 'beauty parlour'


EAD tracks sooty falcon migration


A flying heritage