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  1. ducdan
  2. danchoi123
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  4. qball
    01-17-2016 01:28 PM
    Hi Jeff,
    RE my bird

    13th season
    flies about 800g
    From Sterner
    Quit flying him about 3 weeks ago.
    Let me know if you might be interested
    John Lindstrom
  5. sharptail
    12-18-2015 12:49 AM
    Some one told you that I shot someones bird? Whom would that be? That is completely and utterly INCORRECT. The only thing that I can figure that you may be incorrectly refering to is that I was forwarded a picture of a live bird that has been sighted in Wyoming. You suggesting that I would shoot a falconry bird has angered me and your post on my public page has liabled me. You owe me an apology.
  6. Peregyr
    12-15-2015 07:32 PM
    May I see a picture of the bird you shot in Wyoming with Jesse's on it? I know a Utah falconer that recently lost a falcon.
  7. Flintknapper
    11-18-2014 07:01 AM
    I was looking at Wy. and for a club there and could not find one. You have an web address. Austin
  8. qball
    02-23-2014 11:50 AM
    Hi Jeff,
    FYI. Just got back from an east river pheasant hunt. Saw two immature female gyrs on Friday. One in the Ft Pierre Grasslands (W of the main road to Pierre) and another about 10 E of Agar. Both were hanging out in areas with lots of game.

  9. Rising_Flames
    04-30-2013 12:54 AM
    I wish I could say 'Yes' - but it seems life has other plans! Fiance and I are expecting a little one in a few weeks, and are looking for a larger place (with some nice land) to settle down in.

    I have been still working on studying and reading, did some volunteering at the Raptor Center and still continue holding on to the dream! One day I'll fly my RT and then my Gyr, just not today. :]
  10. sharptail
    02-16-2013 10:58 PM
    No but we found a few Eagles. Ditto spotted one in a thicket from perched and luckily did not catch it.

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