Roger Upton (1937–2017)

The main chronicler and historian of falconry in Britain, Roger Upton flew hawks for members of the Royal Family, He travelled widely in the Middle East and is the author of several books on falconry.

Articles

  • A bird in hand

    Man's best friend, the sparrowhawk

    From Issue 7

    During the Turkish quail-hunting season, man’s best friend is the sparrowhawk. Roger Upton describes how these redoubtable birds help to bring home the bacon

  • A Bird in Hand

    From Issue 7
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