About Us

IMG_0275[1]My name is Corey, and I am a master falconer. I live with my wonderful wife, my amazing son and our baby daughter in Reno, Nevada, and I write for fun here on NevadaFalconry.com.

Over the past several years, I have worked with many raptors, such as:

  • Sonoran & Peruvian Harris Hawks
  • Red Tails
  • Coopers Hawks
  • Peregrines
  • Prairie Falcons
  • Hybrids
  • Aplomado Falcons

Currently, I am hunting two harris hawks, Skye is my new 2016 passage wild harris from Arizona. Her hunting buddy is Tanis, my 5 1/2 year old captive bred male. I love hunting with Harris’ Hawks partly because they are the only bird of prey that hunt with each other, in a cast naturally. Tanis’ former hunting partner was Kit, a wild female I trapped in Arizona in 2009. Sadly, Kit passed away in the summer of 2014 after a surgery for a broken leg.

I have been a falconer since 2007, but my love of raptors started when I was 12 and helped return a baby red-tail to its nest.

New falconers must first apprentice with an experienced falconer. I currently have two apprentices, and they are enjoying learning about the sport.

I plan to participate in falconry for the rest of my life. To me, there is nothing more exciting than hunting in its purest form. No technology, no guns, just a raptor and the chase of game. I hope you enjoy this website as much as I enjoy putting content on it. Thanks for visiting!