Two falcons were sold for SAR 123,000 on the fourth night of the second Saudi Falcon Club auction, which runs until November 15 at the club’s headquarters in Mulham.
The bidding came on the first falcon, Shaheen Farkh, who offered Al-Laith to Al-Tarouh Hatem bin Haraz Al-Shaibani, and it was sold for 56 thousand riyals.
After that, the bidding for the second falcon, a type of Shaheen Qirnas, began, with the bear being offered to the Sheikh Ahmed bin Ghanem Al-Anzi and eventually sold for 67,000 riyals.
An export certificate is issued for the falcon once it is sold, along with the installation of an electronic partridge for falcons and the issuance of official documentation to complete the sale formalities.
It is noteworthy that the auction of the Saudi Falcons Club coincides with the establishment of the Saudi International Falcons and Hunting Exhibition, which will hold its activities over ten days, and is the largest exhibition of falcons, hunting, and their accessories.