how to walk, Kent, owntwofeetH is for one Happy Falconer Posted on May 1, 2016December 15, 2017 by howtowalkadmin2 Comments on H is for one Happy Falconer In response to my remorseless adoration of H is for Hawk, my own H treated me to a falconry experience at the Rare Breeds Centre near Ashford in Kent. I will say very little about it except for (a) it was awesome, (b) I now want my own Harris hawk, and (c) look at my happy little face. This is Gatsby the American kestrel. I attended his weigh-in. It was just like being Helen McDonald, but with more glee and less angst. Pebbles the barn owl. He only wants me for my sliced-up chick remains. Neee-aooww I’m ashamed to say I’ve forgotten what type of bird this was, but look at his brilliant angry eyes. My favourite. Ronnie the Harris hawk. I took him for a walk in the woods, and he *nearly* caught me a rabbit. I love him. You can totally eat dead chick out of my hand any time, Ronnie. Bye bye. Till next time.