Despite the crucial role that birds of prey play in the natural order, they have long been the subjects of persecution and inaccurate portrayal. Unfortunately, most injuries to birds of prey involve some human interference. Best known for their symbolism, beauty and compelling nature, birds of prey serve as ideal ambassadors for the numerous conservation issues that confront us today.
Jemima Parry-Jones MBE has been working with birds of prey and conservation since 1967, at what was then known as The Falconry Centre.
Jemima Parry-Jones, the Director of ICBP received her MBE for services to bird conservation in 1999. She has been working with birds of prey and conservation since 1967, at what was then known as The Falconry Centre. She is a third-generation falconer, her father Philip Glasier was a well-known falconer and author and her great uncle Captain Knight was famous for his lectures with a Golden Eagle. She has written seven books and given many papers at raptor conferences.
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