Frank Beebe is one of North America's most experienced falconers. Born in Canada, he received his introduction to raptorial birds at the age of ten; since that time he has gained extensive experience in trapping and training raptors.
He has also played a leading role in training Eskimo people in the methods of trapping, care and export of arctic gyrfalcons.
It was Beebe's field studies and practical experience that led to his pioneering successes in breeding captive falcons in the early 1960's. His artistic talents not only contribute to the concise illustrations on how to capture and train birds but on how to easily make all the falconry hardware.