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Mickey Finn

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About Mickey Finn

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    Extreme Hunter
  • Birthday 22/11/59

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    Michigan USA
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    Hunting, fishing, and dog training

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  1. Trump Under Fire

    Oh no. You stand out.
  2. Trump Under Fire

    WILF, you're insane.lol
  3. Birds "please Add Yours"

    Mr. Finn? Well yeah, that's a female Downy, and the other is one of our Red tailed Hawks. Below is a Red Bellied Woodpecker. Male I think.
  4. Extinct animals

    I'm not endorsing breaking the law or anything. But you might be happier without wolves roaming around. I know we were.
  5. Christmas before Christianity

    Well, you are entitled to your opinion God knows.
  6. Out For A walk

    I think she's been lucky enough to be on this planet for a fair few years. Most of which she spent in an excellent habitat. Shame she ends the year with just one cub. But, it looks like a nice healthy one. Lets wish them both a safe warmish winter undisturbed.
  7. Out For A walk

    That's a big sow.
  8. Birds "please Add Yours"

    Here are a few captives from the Detroit Zoological Park.
  9. As a boy, I had a Standard Schnauzer. I've literally never seen another sense then. Miniatures as lap dogs, are fairly common. There is the odd Giant around. But these tend to be too much dog for most people. Shame the cops don't use them.
  10. Birds "please Add Yours"

    This one has been banded. Excellent capture!
  11. Gundog - keeping out with family dog

    jwed, It's better to kennel gun dogs when they are not being either trained or ran. Leaving them to their own devices has little chance of improving their performance and considerable chance of causing harm. The underground fence assuming it's turned up high enough should teach the dog the boundaries as long as you go through the training with the flags and all of that. Here the sheep dog may be able to help as it knows the boundaries already. This way if you decide to house the dog or let him out of the kennel to "clean out" before getting in the vehicle he won't run off and get into mischief. Congratulations on both your gun and your new gun dog. Have a great time afield!