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#1 k9delboy

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Posted 19 September 2011 - 02:24 pm

This hawk has been flying free for months now and still has bells on its feet and jesses. Is it possible to catch it or will it now be wild. I spotted it again the other night sitting on a pole whilst i was out lamping. Yis Del.

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Posted 19 September 2011 - 04:53 pm

i thought sakers were falcons

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Posted 19 September 2011 - 05:52 pm

This hawk has been flying free for months now and still has bells on its feet and jesses. Is it possible to catch it or will it now be wild. I spotted it again the other night sitting on a pole whilst i was out lamping. Yis Del.


Im sure i know this bird. It was bred by me and belongs to a guy from the fife area. Its an imprint, so should still be fairly easy to catch. I have alerted the owner to this post, so he may be in touch.
Its a Gyr/Saker Falcon, female.

Cheers
Rob

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Posted 19 September 2011 - 10:07 pm

hi mate i lost her in june due to a faulty transmitter, give me a call 07523264569 or email falconforce@hotmail.co.uk
There is a good reward on safe return of this falcon.

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Posted 19 September 2011 - 10:07 pm


This hawk has been flying free for months now and still has bells on its feet and jesses. Is it possible to catch it or will it now be wild. I spotted it again the other night sitting on a pole whilst i was out lamping. Yis Del.


Im sure i know this bird. It was bred by me and belongs to a guy from the fife area. Its an imprint, so should still be fairly easy to catch. I have alerted the owner to this post, so he may be in touch.
Its a Gyr/Saker Falcon, female.

Cheers
Rob

Thanks Rob

#6 scottishhunterfife

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Posted 20 September 2011 - 05:19 pm

anybody got a contact for delboy

#7 k9delboy

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Posted 20 September 2011 - 09:10 pm

Just contacted this guy and he has assured me it is not his falcon as it has bells on and his doesnt. My friend ferrets here a lot near Elie in Fife and if anyone wants to try and catch it i can show them where it is. Scottishhunterfife reckons a guy in Largo lost one so it may be his but he is obviously not having much success or she would have been caught. Hope someone gets it, Del.
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