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Hi

not sure I’m in the correct thread location here,mods please move if not.

i shot a rook today it in all my years shooting I’ve not seen a rook/Corvid with growths like this,I would greatly appreciate if anyone could shed some light on it,I’m assuming it’s a vitamins defiancey or cancerous lumps

thanks in advance

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Sorry should have googled it first it seems to be avain pox 

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I have a magpie that looks a bit like that coming in to my back garden, also no tail feathers, also looks as if part of it's arse has been blown away with a shotgun lol.

 

I'll try and take a photo next time it visits, it's a horrible looking c*nt of a thing.

 

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2 minutes ago, bob.243 said:

I have a magpie that looks a bit like that coming in to my back garden, also no tail feathers, also looks as if part of it's arse has been blown away with a shotgun lol.

Perhaps you could get a self proclaimed airgunning hunter with magpie something or something magpie in his or hers user name to sort that one out

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Of bedroom window when neighbours aren't ooking

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that does not look good

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