Reward Tag: with Serial Number & Phone Support: Live Operators will call the Falconer Directly

Reward Tag: with Serial Number & Phone Support: Live Operators will call the Falconer Directly

    Price: $24.95

    Code: FE1145

    Weight: 0.10 pounds

    Falconry Identification and Reward Tag with 24/7 Operator Assistance Service.

    For United States and Canada Customers Only: Toll-Free number is only active in U.S. and Canada

    Small Hawk Tag: Dimensions: 5/8" (16.5 mm) diameter (Cooper's Hawk down in size.)
    Standard Hawk Tag: Dimensions: 3/4" (19 mm) diameter (Cooper's Hawk up in size.)

    How It Works:
    When a hawk wearing an identification tag is found, the phone number on the tag will put the caller/finder in touch with Western Sporting or our answering service. The answering service is available 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week, so there is no worry about missing that important phone call when searching for a lost hawk.

    The answering service will access your contact information that was provided upon the purchase of the falconry identification tag. As soon as any report of a lost hawk is received, the owner of the tag will be contacted immediately by the answering service with the information on their hawk's whereabouts and the finder. The falconer's contact information will only be used to reconnect them with the finder and their hawk.

    About the Tag:
    Each Western Sporting falconry identification reward tag has a unique serial number that is assigned to the owner. The tag is designed to be attached on a bewit next to a bell or transmitter, or around the leg or neck with a rubber band. A laminated card is provided with the serial number of the tag for the falconer to keep in their wallet or falconry bag. The tag can be applied to any hawk owned by the falconer, but it is non-transferrable.

    Keep Us Current:
    Contact Western Sporting as soon as any of your provided information has changed. Please see the Hawk Identification update form on our web site at:

    Note: The owner of the lost hawk is responsible for any Reward associated with the reclamation of the lost hawk. We suggest the falconer treat the finder of their hawk to a day out hawking, a gift coupon to a local merchant, or some other form of gratuity.