I'm sure there are many people who can help you get into falconry but I can warn you it is VERY hard and VERY demanding to own a bird of prey. I got really annoyed with this one site because they were selling Eurasian eagle owls over in the US and said they make great pets. I will tell anybody to never have one. My has just over a 6ft wing span and she comes up past my knees. She's enormous. In fact, don't get an owl! Haha. I find owls to be the most irritating animals to train ever. As much as I love them! Don't get me wrong, I really do adore owls. But they're just so thick. That saying that owls are wise? Nope. Their eyes take up around 2/3's of their head which leaves very little room for a brain... Training them can be hell. I had my Harris' hawk flying free within about a week of owning him. I still couldn't trust Axel with flying free when she was nearly 2 years old, and the other 2 owls are parent reared which means there is no chance whatsoever you'd be able to train them. Imprinted owls are fantastic animals, but imprinted raptors can be a real pain.
And the worst part is it's unpredictable. You never know what is going to happen. You could be flying a bird of prey and he could be doing great and the next day he could be elsewhere not repsonding because he's an ounce overweight. It's so HARD to cope with!
Some birds of prey just don't want anything to do with you either regardless to how hard you try, like Axel
I also believe I'm lucky for what I have. I bought it all my self and I put a lot of hard work in. But when I move out there's no doubt I'm going to have more. I really want to breed owls and leave the other birds to flying. Of course I'll have my normal birds too (non raptors) but my birds of prey are everything. The problem is they take up far too much space for my house so I wont be getting any more until I've moved out. I really want a bateleur eagle. And I will have one at some point in my life. I was lucky enough to fly one at my local falconry centre where I got my food from. In fact I flew two. The male hated me because of my brightly coloured hair and the female was really moody.
Believe me, birds of prey are a real handful and you never know what's coming next with them
Sorry for the big talk on birds of prey, but I could ramble on about them for hours!