Posted 01 November 2010 - 11:16 pm
PAD MARKS ....... NOT SURE WHEATHER ITS A LOCAL TERM BUT ...... A TERM WE USE LOCALLY TO DESCRIBE THE FLATTENED FOOT MARKS IN MUD OF ANY ANIMAL
WHERE AN ANIMAL HAS " PADDED " [ WALKED ] ALONG ... ESPECIALLY IN A " SMOOT "
INCIDENTLY THE HARE IS CALLED A " KATIE " AROUND HERE .......
AND BELIVE IT OR NOT ....... I CAUGHT ONE IN MY " GANZIE " ONE DAY !
ALSO LEEVIEW ,...... I DIDNT MEAN TO IMPLY YOU HAD LITTLE KNOWLEDGE ...... JUST THAT IF ANYONE IS GOING TO BE SUCCESSFUL GATE NETTING FROM GREENHORNS UP WITHOUT DOING MUCH PREPERATION IT WILL BE A DRYSTONE WALLED AREA THAT WILL " PROVIDE " THE CATCH ....
IT KINDA HEMS THEM IN
ALL THE BEST
Posted 01 November 2010 - 11:29 pm
Posted 02 November 2010 - 08:47 am
Where I grew up the hare was always called Sally or Puss and they were always SHE since moving south I find they're known as Hartley but still SHE
As for the GANZIE I cant recall the last time I saw a half decent one
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