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    Have you gotten any answers to your aplomado question about importing them to Canada? I think contacting Jim Nelson would be a good bet, I think he has exported aplomados before. I help an aplomado breeder with his project and he has never tried to export them, he was more worried about over seas transactions and if such a small bird gets held up sometwhere it could be a bad deal.
    I've spent the last two seasons watching my breeder friend, Jim Ingram, fly his female aplomado. She has flown down and caught a wild rooster pheasant which weighed 5 times her weight! I think the next time I have an opening in my mew I will be trying a male. I'm more of a big longwinger at the moment but I really enjoyed watching a male fly in Florida. They just have no quit. I helped train one for an eduactional group last year I wish I would have kept. It was parent raised and sweet and quiet as could be, had it freeflying in no time, hooded nicely. They are fun little birds!

    Nick
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