What is your all-time classic falconry book? You know... the one you'd sit in front of a fireplace with, enjoying a single malt and a pipe full of Stonewall or Penzance tobacco. Ya only get to pick one!

Mine, as of right now, is "A Hawk for the Bush" by Mavrogordato, or the writings by Edmund Bert. Since I said you can only pick one, I'd have to go with Edmund Bert. I trained my current female coopers according to his method for goshawks, and have been amazed at the outcome. Every time I read it, I find a new bit of information. I've only recently, maybe in the last 5 years, gotten into the classics. They are hard to find in good condition, but I sure enjoy them when I do!