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Tazbird

keeping harris hawks

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thanks for the reply, didn't mean to sound like i was bitting you head off. :thumbs:. I'm greatful for all advice thats given, i've had a few people local tell me things but the more you here from people in the game the better knowledge i have

i put my H H on bow perch every morning in garden with bath then put in mews on night time unless below freezing then bring in house

you can get a tubular greenhouse heater off ebay for 12 quid mate. ive got one and it does the job well. got a bit fed up with my lady moaning every morning

thanks for that mate will have a look our lass spot on like wi bird thinks it is talking to her when she walk past it :thumbs:

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thanks for the reply, didn't mean to sound like i was bitting you head off. :thumbs:. I'm greatful for all advice thats given, i've had a few people local tell me things but the more you here from people in the game the better knowledge i have

i put my H H on bow perch every morning in garden with bath then put in mews on night time unless below freezing then bring in house

you can get a tubular greenhouse heater off ebay for 12 quid mate. ive got one and it does the job well. got a bit fed up with my lady moaning every morning

thanks for that mate will have a look our lass spot on like wi bird thinks it is talking to her when she walk past it :thumbs:

no probs matey. im always looking to make my mewsbetter for my birds so im always thinking of different things to do plus it keeps my lady off my back when i had to bring mine in from the cold. what some people dont think is that harris hawks are from a warm climate. let me know what you think to them if you get one. they start from about a foot long up to 7ft i think. the long ones are ideal for cadge type mews so thats my next project. will be posting on here too so youll have to leave a cooment on what you think.

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