Falconry isn't a right, it's a privilege. What is a right is the right to pursue falconry, to get a falconry license, but once you have that license you must comply with the rules, or laws governing falconry in order to maintain your permit. Like driving a car, everyone has the right to get a drivers license, but the act of legally driving is a privilege, which to maintain you must comply with the traffic laws. You can't get caught driving drunk and maintain your license. If you get pulled over and the cop smells weed you have just compromised your 4th amendment rights and the cop may search your vehicle and your person because of probable cause. Did you know that DWI checkpoints are unconstitutional? It's true, but try fighting that one in court.