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ducks finished a few months back and the pheasants have finished today :thumbdown: time to chase the deer and get a pig or two now before summer fishing arrives :victory:

a few pic's from the last few weeks, mainly dogs but thats what it's all about i reckon.

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deer oh deer, your next :tongue2:

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amazing pics kiwi, how do the feral ferrets move ? are they almost back to a wild state and have regained the speed as say a pure polecat ?

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Excellent Kiwi.

 

It seems you have some great Dog work going on there. Some fine looking Pheasants too.

 

Are they all in a Wild state out there or are they reared to some extent?

 

Regards

SS :thumbs:

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Nice looking dogs you have their.

So ferrets(polecats)run wild in New zealand.I never knew that.So when do your shooting seasons start and finish.

 

 

Sorry for my ignorance :rolleyes: It is something i have had to learned to live with. :icon_redface:

xxxxsuzy

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Nice looking dogs you have their.

So ferrets(polecats)run wild in New zealand.I never knew that.So when do your shooting seasons start and finish.

 

 

Sorry for my ignorance :rolleyes: It is something i have had to learned to live with. :icon_redface:

xxxxsuzy

I believe ferrets were introduced into the wild there to control the rabbits, (which were also introduced) but ended up decimating the native fauna instead, and became a pest in their own right. :thumbs:

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the ferret,stoat and weasel are all wild as you say bought here to control the rabbit.

stoats are more common than ferrets but ferrets are common up in the tussock country, they don't look much like a tame ferret and are pretty fast.

season starts in may ends in august. with a few extra seasons on swan,geese and shelduck.

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