OFA NEWS & EVENTS
The 2021-2022 season is over, the birds are up for the molt and the days are getting long and warmer.
Personally, I would like to congratulate our new apprentices that worked hard and were successful with their new birds in a very challenging season. Additionally, we can't exclude those few that were promoted to general! Enjoy your journey as you progress in our sport of kings!
This year wasn't the best for most of us. The weather didn't cooperate with the longwingers. RHD put a damper on the rabbit hawking and finding a passage RT wasn't the easiest! To top it all off, towards the end of the season we lost a friend to all of us. Oscar Pack was one of those guys you will never forget. He never met a stranger and was always willing to lend a hand. The OFA and falconry as a whole will miss him dearly.
Let's hope for better horizons and a clean molt. I hope to see you all in the summer at our fun events.
Cheers till then.....
OFA Pres. Elect
2022 ANNUAL PICNIC
Our annual picnic and business meeting will be held in the same place as last year..... Arcadia Lake in Edmond. Bring the family for a fun day with fellow falconers.
Matt Mullenix will be our guest speaker this year. Daniel will be cooking up some great cajun food and Jessica has some great items already lined up for the raffle!
Hope to see all of you in June!
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2022 APPRENTICE WORKSHOP
We are currently planning the workshop. The tentative dates in July will be posted soon!
2022 FALL MEET
We will be making plans for the 2022 Annual Fall meet at the picnic.
2023 WINTER MEET
We will be making plans for the 2023 Winter meet at he annual summer picnic.
2023 FRIENDS MEET
As it stands now, we are moving forward and going to schedule the friends meet in Kansas. Check back after the new year for more information.
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2023 RAFFLE DONORS
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The State no longer registers our falconry birds. You now must register them with the Federal Govt. The link above is a tutorial on how to do so.