Sorry to hear about Jeff Turner, we go back a way. I showed him his first NM Gos nest back in 74 or 75. Jeff, Chris (owner of Stanley the African Crowned Eagle) and I walked up the drainage just out of Mayhill, the whole time they were expecting a coop nest till we reached a typical gos nest with the females tail showing. Jeff pulled a bird later that season. I have a photo of Jeff with that bird in imm plumage somewhere.
My name is Chad Harrelson, I am a falconer out of North Carolina. Up until this year, I have spent the last 15 years training passage Red Tailed hawks. I say up until this year because I just received my out of state trapping permit for Texas to get a passage HH. Do you have any tips for a first timer training a passage HH? How does the training differ from a passage RT? Any tips that you could share would be greatly appreciated.
BTW, your pics looks GREAT! It looks like you've got a special bird on your hands this year. Keep'em coming!
no, can do "just about anything."...sorta like 23 1/2 hour towing, there is always an exception. going toolings of california quail, pointer, and white gyr coming in on a chicken right now. Starting a couple saluki pieces in the next few days along w/a merlin chase scene. have done cougars, wolves, water fowl, dairy cows, Dave Mann motorcycle girls , long list.... space is limited tho, unless you like an extra large liter flask.....What do you have in mind?