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Bobob

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Xmas day my male Harris took out my neighbours female harris midflight, luckily no injuries.  Last night whilst lamping he narrowly missed a rabbit then flew halfway across the field and took her off the fist. Am I just going to have to resign myself to him flying solo?

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14 hours ago, Bobob said:

Xmas day my male Harris took out my neighbours female harris midflight, luckily no injuries.  Last night whilst lamping he narrowly missed a rabbit then flew halfway across the field and took her off the fist. Am I just going to have to resign myself to him flying solo?

Yes this is common not all Harris's fly with others 

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20 hours ago, Bobob said:

Xmas day my male Harris took out my neighbours female harris midflight, luckily no injuries.  Last night whilst lamping he narrowly missed a rabbit then flew halfway across the field and took her off the fist. Am I just going to have to resign myself to him flying solo?

My female won’t fly in cast , she’d happily take another bird of fist and try to eat it , 

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6 hours ago, Bobob said:

Thanks. Can't say I'm upset as I prefer to be on my own anyway.

I'm the same, hawks are like dogs in the fact that if you double them up they become lazy and let the other/others do all the work then just pitch in at the end. You will see much better flights from your hawk flown on its own!

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  • 2 months later...

my female killed blades male who used to be on here ,i was away and he put them out on the lawn together bothe were at hunting weight 

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