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  1. Good to know! I've warned the wife that reaching my lifetime goal of having a Harris, may turn into my having several!!! It'd be good to be able to take in unwanted birds and I have plenty of land to do it I'll start with one, but I can see myself getting hooked quite quickly!
  2. Excellent. And thanks for your follow-up post. Just been speaking with a retired guy very local to me with over 40 years falconry experience. He's agreed to act as my Sponsor/Mentor and has access to young birds, so I'll be guided by his advice. But huge thanks for your help!
  3. thanks. Good advice, it seems 20 to 26 weeks is the best idea. I've seen one that's 16 weeks and so I'd request another few weeks with the parents.
  4. thanks. Good advice, it seems 20 to 26 weeks is the best idea. I've seen one that's 16 weeks and so I'd request another few weeks with the parents.
  5. thanks, your comment will definitely be taken into consideration.
  6. Hi all, after 40 years of waiting, numerous Falconry courses etc, I am soon (at last) going to have the time needed to dedicate to keeping my first Harris Hawk and hunting (aka retirement). Fortunately here in there are some great rabbit hunting grounds including near where I live. My neighbours will love me as rabbits are everywhere and regarded as a serious pest! Whilst searching to purchase a Harris Hawk, here there seems to be many people who unfortunately ("for personal reasons" mainly) are selling older already trained birds, 3 yrs old, 4 yrs old for example. I realise that ideally
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