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The Eyas Naming Poll is Open

It’s time to vote for your favorite name for one of Beauty and Dot.ca’s Eyases!


The poll is open! From the many excellent suggestions that were received, Rfalconcam’s Naming Committee selected 20 names from over 200 submissions. Thank you to everyone who submitted a name!

A poll has been created for members of the Rfalconcam Forum to vote for their favorite name. One of the four eyases will be given the winning name.

You must be a member of the forum to be able to vote for a name. Join the forum now if you’d like to participate! Use this link to register:


A questionnaire will be sent to the email address you supply during registration. You must reply to this email in order to have your membership approved. Be sure to check your spam/junk folder if you do not receive it.

If you are already a Forum member but don’t remember your password, you can reset it. Use the following link to have a “password reset” email sent to you. (Check your spam/junk folder if you don’t receive it.)


Once you have logged in, use this link to vote:


The poll closes at 11:59 pm EDT on Sunday, May 24, 2020.

2 Responses to “The Eyas Naming Poll is Open”

  1. Alison in Indiana Says:

    Some wonderful suggestions in there!
    I already named an eyas many years ago. so i will just kibitz.

    I am happy to see the names in languages other than English with such inspiring content.

    I speak some Norwegian, so I looked up Jalmari. That is actually the Finnish form of the Nordic Hjalmar. https://www.behindthename.com/name/jalmari The black markings on a falcon head do look like a helmet.

    Metis is familiar to me from another context: the Titan goddess of wisdom, prudence and deep thought.

    Deep thought is what the voters should be giving when they consider what name an eyas should bear out into the world:-)

  2. Alison in Indiana Says:

    Will the results of this poll be held over to 2021 in the hopes that a normal banding, which helps us distinguish one eyas from another at a distance, will take place.
    Harrisburg also did not band this year, but Indiana did band the eyases on the Circle.

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