鹰猎_有生命力的人类文化遗产

Originally a method of obtaining food, the practice of falconry has evolved over time to be more associated with nature conservation, cultural heritage and social engagement within and amongst communities. Following their own set of traditions and ethical principles, falconers train, fly and breed birds of prey (which includes besides falcons, birds such as eagles and hawks) developing a bond with them and becoming their main source of protection. The practice, present in many countries around the world, may vary regarding certain aspects, for example the type of equipment used but the methods remain similar. Falconers regard themselves as a group and may travel weeks at a time engaging in the practice, while in the evenings recounting stories of the day together. They consider falconry as providing a connection to the past, particularly for communities for which the practice is one of their few remaining links with their natural environment and traditional culture. Knowledge and skills are transmitted in an intergenerational manner within families by formal mentoring, apprenticeship or training in clubs and schools. In some countries, a national examination must be passed in order to become a falconer. Field meets and festivals provide opportunities for communities to share knowledge, raise awareness and promote diversity.

国别 奥地利 Austria
比利时 Belgium
法国 France
匈牙利 Hungary
意大利 Italy
捷克 Czech Republic
德国 Germany
西班牙 Spain
葡萄牙 Portugal
沙特阿拉伯 Saudi Arabia
阿联酋 United Arab Emirates
摩洛哥 Morocco
叙利亚 Syrian Arab Republic
卡塔尔 Qatar
哈萨克斯坦 Kazakhstan
韩国 Republic of Korea
蒙古 Mongolia
巴基斯坦 Pakistan
吉尔吉斯斯坦 Kyrgyzstan
克罗地亚 Croatia
爱尔兰 Ireland
波兰 Poland
荷兰 Netherlands
斯洛伐克 Slovakia
中文名称鹰猎,有生命力的人类文化遗产
英文名称Falconry, a living human heritage
登录年份2016、2021

发行国家/地区:葡萄牙 Portugal

鹰猎
鹰猎
鹰猎
鹰猎
鹰猎
1994 葡萄牙 鹰猎 (4+1MS全)
游隼
苍鹰
雀鹰
金雕
2013 葡萄牙 鹰猎 (4+1MS全)

发行国家/地区:韩国 South Korea

鹰猎
鹰猎
鹰猎
2019 韩国 非物质文化遗产 (2全)

发行国家/地区:其他国家和地区

鹰猎人
2022 日本 日本-蒙古建立外交关系50周年 (10-2)
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