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TERMS & CONDITIONS

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

  1. Full payment for each experience or booking is due at booking. Cancellations may be made in writing, email or phone no less than 48 hours prior to the course. No cash refunds will be given, but class credit may be transferred to another person, experience, date or gift card. Some courses have minimum and maximum enrollments and may be cancelled if the minimum is not met.
  2. Gift Certificates are available for our courses. No cash refund will be issued for unused gift certificates.
  3. Birds are not machines. Like humans, they have their “off” days. While every effort is made to have the birds fit and ready to fly, we can’t guarantee the quality of flights as all birds fly and hunt as they would do in the wild.
  4. Management reserves the right to terminate the experience of any participant at any time at their absolute discretion. In such a situation, Wing Blade Falconry has absolute discretion over issuing a refund or credit.
  5. Participants must at all times comply with the falconer’s instructions and Wing Blade regulations. Failure to do so will result in immediate dismissal from the experience.
  6. We do not allow unpaid spectators at any of our experiences. Wing Blade Falconry is a private farm. Only paid clients may be on premises during experiences.
  7. Management makes every effort to complete the experience as described, but the verities of weather, the health and disposition of our hawks and falcons and other externals beyond our control may make this untenable. Wing Blade Falconry offers no cash refunds, but will issue a gift card for situations beyond our control and reserve the right to cancel an event with short notice. For example, we cannot guarantee that the falcon/hawk will have a successful kill during our hunts.
  8. Wing Blade Falconry, its owners, employees or sponsors shall be under no liability whatsoever to a participant for any loss, injury or damage sustained while on the experience, regardless of where the experience takes place, whether in respect of any negligent act or omission by the management or employees.