2019 Field Meet Registration

NJFC 2018 Winter Field Meet

February 8th – 9th, 2019

 Holiday Inn, Swedesboro NJ   856-467-3322

NJFC Block Room Rate of $89.00 cut off date is January 25th!

Please read Hotel Bird Policy below.

Friday Night Photography Workshop by Rob Palmer and Social – 7:00, Conference Room

Snacks will be provided.

Banquet Saturday Night New Start Time 6:30

Please bring a Raffle Item!

Guest Speaker – Raptor Photographer, Rob Palmer

Important!  Please Read before paying online

Please fill the Registration Form out first and then return to select the items you wish to pay for.

If you are paying for both the Meet Registration and the Banquet you MUST add them to the cart separately.  Select Meet Registration option and then hit Add To Cart.  At the top right of the page click on Continue Shopping and it brings you back to select Banquet Registration.  When you select your Banquet Registration option then click Add To Cart.  Both items will then be in your cart.

Also, Meet Registration is only for people registering birds.

Any Questions: members@newjerseyfalconryclub.com


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Hotel Bird Policy

The Holiday Inn is a “Dog Friendly” hotel and a “Bird Tolerant” hotel. Please follow these few simple rules and we can avoid any conflicts.

  • If you need to take your bird to your room or the banquet room please take them in their giant hood if possible.
  • If you do walk a bird in on the fist please don’t linger in the lobby.
  • If you leave a bird tied up in your room and you leave the room, please put the “Do Not Disturb” sign on your door. In years past a maid entered a room with a bird tied up and they freaked out and complained to the hotel management.
  • As in most pet friendly hotels, a $75 cleaning fee will be accessed to any room where a mess caused by a pet is left behind.


Please refrain from hunting any of the property adjacent to the hotel. There is a huge possibility for disaster for anyone who is weathering their birds outside.

Besides that, a little common sense will go a long way.

Thanks for your help.


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