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dont know anythinf bout hunting falcons but if a falcon dived at a rabbit like that it would smash into the ground wouldnt it isant that why it will stay low.

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It looks to me like that the falcon is either killed or knocked out from the strike

I would go with your thoughts Dereck as it looks to me like the falcon hit the floor faster than the pheasant.

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hi all was that falcon killed while making that that clip. im new to this and it looked like it went down wrong.

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if you pause a few times when that falcon hits that pheasent the falcon is knocked out for sure. ive only been out with my mates lanner a few times and even i thought when i seen that clip they swapped birds it looks twice as big when it flying but i could be wrong. shame if the falcon was hurt though i hope im wrong

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The Falcon goes through the pheasant, the bird that looks dead is the pheasant, Watch the vid again,

 

your correct mate it does go through sorry :thumbs:

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The Falcon goes through the pheasant, the bird that looks dead is the pheasant, Watch the vid again,

 

your correct mate it does go through sorry :thumbs:

 

No need to apologise, i thought the same until I watched it again. It first looks like the falcon smashes the pheasant to the ground.

Cheers :thumbs:

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The Falcon goes through the pheasant, the bird that looks dead is the pheasant, Watch the vid again,

 

your correct mate it does go through sorry :thumbs:

 

No need to apologise, i thought the same until I watched it again. It first looks like the falcon smashes the pheasant to the ground.

Cheers :thumbs:

 

faif play mate :thumbs: do you think it was a lanner mate?

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I only really know our native Bops and a few in europe, so many crosses in the hobby wouldn't know.

 

BTW, great set up you have,

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I only really know our native Bops and a few in europe, so many crosses in the hobby wouldn't know.

 

BTW, great set up you have,

 

ah thanks mate :thumbs: im going to free loft him next week in it

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