The Georgia Falconry Association, and some of their wild birds, swooped into Bass Pro Shops Saturday.
A group of falconry hunters camped out to share their love of the sport with anyone who would listen. Buster Brown with the GFA says Falconry is a sport that dates back 4,000 years.
Those who carry on the tradition like to say they're hunters, but instead of a gun, they use a bird of prey. Contrary to the name, it's not just falcons that are used; some use hawks.
The public got a chance to ask questions, see a presentation, find out information about how to become a falconer and meet some of the falcons in person.
"From the way they take a wild bird and domesticate it and the whole process they go through is amazing," said Rob Barnett.
"Its a thing where all of us are involved with raptors," Brown said. "We love watching them work. Some people call our sport extreme bird watching because we literally just watch what they do"
Brown says there are about 200 licensed falconers in the state of Georgia.