Species for Sale

Premier Falcon Breeding Facility

We offer the following captive bred falcons: Gyrfalcons (Falco rusticolus) and Peregrine Falcons—Peale’s (Falco peregrinus pealei) and Anatum (Falco peregrinus anatum), and a 4-way cross Figian, macropus, Peales’ and Anatum subspecies. You can also choose the way your falcon is raised.

Note: In the USA, you must be a licensed falconer to purchase a captive bred falcon. Contact your state fish and wildlife department for more information.

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About Our Species for Sale

We offer the following captive bred falcons:

  • Gyrfalcons (Falco rusticolus) – White, Silver,  and Grey
  • Peregrine Falcons—Peale’s (Falco peregrinus pealei) and Anatum (Falco peregrinus anatum) and a 4-way cross Figian, macropus, Peales’ and Anatum subspecies.

The genetics for my Gyrfalcons come from the following breeders in the US and Canada: Danny Ertsgaard, Dan Konkel, Charles Schwartz, Robert Berry, Steve Baptiste, Mark Moglich, Brian Stoddard, Mike Cook, Jim Wilson, Martin Lee, Lee Merrick and Mike Erickson.

The genetics for my Peregrine Falcons come from the following US breeders: Bruce Haak, Bill Murphy, Dave Knutson, Dave Cherry, Brian Sullivan, Jim Hansen and from wild taken eyasses from Idaho and Utah.

You can choose the way your falcon is raised: 

  • Fully Parent Raised – This is the most common way my falcons are hatched and raised. They are raised with parent birds until they are fully grown.
  • Partially Parent Raised – Parents hatch and raise the young falcons to 30-35 days old (the four-week window method). They are easy to tame and make very little noise like an imprinted falcon. They are an excellent choice for falconry, natural pairing, and raptor education.
  • Imprinted – This is a special order where I hatch and hand raise a limited number of falcons until shipment. These are excellent choices for breeding (AI), falconry or raptor education. Caution: Unless handled carefully, imprinted falcons can become very noisy and exhibit other bad behavior.

Peregrine Falcons

Gyrfalcons

Note: In the USA, you must be a licensed falconer to purchase a captive bred falcon. Contact your state fish and wildlife department for more information.

Northwoods Falcon Ranch

Northwoods Falcon Ranch is located in northwest USA in the state of Washington, approximately 35 minutes drive south of Olympia and 1.5 hours drive south of Seattle. I have been breeding falcons for over 30 years and training and hunting with falcons and hawks for 52 years.

Owner

Brad Wood

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