Kristine Marshall teaches children about falconry at the Juan de Fuca Library. She is holding a four-year-old gryfalcon named Khaleesi. (Lindsey Horsting/News Gazette staff)

Kristine Marshall teaches children about falconry at the Juan de Fuca Library. She is holding a four-year-old gryfalcon named Khaleesi. (Lindsey Horsting/News Gazette staff)

VIDEO: Kids learn about falconry at Juan de Fuca Library

The sport is over 4,000 years old

Kids got to learn about birds and see them up close at the Greater Victoria Public Library’s Juan de Fuca branch.

The Flight of the Falcon program, teaches kids between the ages of six to 12 about different species of birds.

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