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#46 danw

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 07:23 am

f**k me we have gone from random guessing to just plain fantasy the only thing as surprises me is that no one has said that it could have been a "squatch"
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Posted 18 July 2012 - 07:48 am

f**k me we have gone from random guessing to just plain fantasy the only thing as surprises me is that no one has said that it could have been a "squatch"

well it is raining :whistling:

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 07:57 am

What the jells a squatch? A sas-squatch?

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 07:58 am

What the jells a squatch? A sas-squatch?

:laugh: A term to describe a disturbingly hairy vagina. The word squatch derives from the mythical beast the Sasquatch.
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Posted 18 July 2012 - 08:08 am

Lol ;)

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 08:50 am

One things for sure checking them once a days no working .nobody else can help out ?.

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 02:06 pm

rats are capable of taking poults I know of a falconer that lost his redtail hawk (buzzard) to rats ok it was dark so they dont move very much if at all, and would not defend its self either when it dark as they cannot see. making it easy for a rat to over power a big bird that in the day would have it for a snack.

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 04:01 pm

rats are capable of taking poults I know of a falconer that lost his redtail hawk (buzzard) to rats ok it was dark so they dont move very much if at all, and would not defend its self either when it dark as they cannot see. making it easy for a rat to over power a big bird that in the day would have it for a snack.

dont believe that one bit.........................................................................

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 04:11 pm


rats are capable of taking poults I know of a falconer that lost his redtail hawk (buzzard) to rats ok it was dark so they dont move very much if at all, and would not defend its self either when it dark as they cannot see. making it easy for a rat to over power a big bird that in the day would have it for a snack.

dont believe that one bit.........................................................................


rats are capable of taking poults I know of a falconer that lost his redtail hawk (buzzard) to rats ok it was dark so they dont move very much if at all, and would not defend its self either when it dark as they cannot see. making it easy for a rat to over power a big bird that in the day would have it for a snack.

dont believe that one bit.........................................................................


Go ask a few falconers then they will all say the same sort of thing the biggest killer of birds of pray with regards to animals is a rat in the aviary we cant all be wrong

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 04:15 pm

the only way a rat will kill a redtail is if its full of rat poison when it eats it and even then it would need to eat one for 3 or more days :laugh:

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 04:16 pm



rats are capable of taking poults I know of a falconer that lost his redtail hawk (buzzard) to rats ok it was dark so they dont move very much if at all, and would not defend its self either when it dark as they cannot see. making it easy for a rat to over power a big bird that in the day would have it for a snack.

dont believe that one bit.........................................................................


rats are capable of taking poults I know of a falconer that lost his redtail hawk (buzzard) to rats ok it was dark so they dont move very much if at all, and would not defend its self either when it dark as they cannot see. making it easy for a rat to over power a big bird that in the day would have it for a snack.

dont believe that one bit.........................................................................


Go ask a few falconers then they will all say the same sort of thing the biggest killer of birds of pray with regards to animals is a rat in the aviary we cant all be wrong

if that was the case mate i go ratting at chicken farms riddled with rats they would killing thousands if it was that easy,,,,,,,,,,for a start they would have a perch in aviary, i know rats can take chickens but it aint that common.....................................pmsl

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 04:20 pm

Paulas you have not got a clue then mate if you think that the only way a rat can kill a redtail dont care what you say in they can't I know better and I guess one day if you have any you maybe unlucky enough to find out the hard way I just hope you dont. If you got bop then please ask other falconers and not the ones like yourself.

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 04:21 pm

Paulas you have not got a clue then mate if you think that the only way a rat can kill a redtail dont care what you say in they can't I know better and I guess one day if you have any you maybe unlucky enough to find out the hard way I just hope you dont. If you got bop then please ask other falconers and not the ones like yourself.

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 04:23 pm

I did not say it common I just said they can and I know of someone that lost a redtail to a rat or rats it was a night attact so the bird would of sat there until it was to late as there night sight is very bad

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 04:24 pm

come on mate this is getting silly now................. :laugh:


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