Randy Bennett of Mooresville, Ind., showed off his female goshawk, Slick, who is about eight weeks old, at a falconers’ picnic. Falconry enthusiasts interested in reviving the Kentucky Falconers Association gathered July 15 for a picnic at Taylorsville Lake State Park.
Randy Bennett of Mooresville, Ind., showed off his female goshawk, Slick, who is about eight weeks old, at a falconers’ picnic. Falconry enthusiasts interested in reviving the Kentucky Falconers Association gathered July 15 for a picnic at Taylorsville Lake State Park. Maryjean Wall
Randy Bennett of Mooresville, Ind., showed off his female goshawk, Slick, who is about eight weeks old, at a falconers’ picnic. Falconry enthusiasts interested in reviving the Kentucky Falconers Association gathered July 15 for a picnic at Taylorsville Lake State Park. Maryjean Wall

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