Riyadh — Minister of Interior Prince Abdulaziz Bin Saud Bin Naif, the chairman of the Saudi Falcons Club (SFC), visited on Friday the International Falcon Breeders Auction (IFBA).
During his visit, the minister was given a briefing on the auction sections, which include a hall dedicated to auctions and exhibitions of the largest falcon production farms in the world. Additionally, the minister was given a tour to sections for falcon training and medical supplies.
Prince Abdulaziz also met several local and international falcon producers who expressed their gratitude to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for hosting this global event and its constant keenness on the sustainability of the falconry heritage.
Furthermore, the efforts put into holding the IFBA were appreciated as this brings development and world prominence to the culture of falconry.
The minister toured a number of the club’s facilities established to achieve the wise leadership’s aspirations in providing everything to preserve the heritage and culture of falconry in the Kingdom and serve falconers.
Among these facilities is the exhibition building, which holds all the club activities, and a hospital building for Falcons operated by a private company.