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    The level 2 accreditation is needed for a vet to...

    The level 2 accreditation is needed for a vet to write a health certificate for any type of bird, exotic animal or livestock. Level one accreditation is limited to dogs and cats.
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    Welcome Garth, What birds do you hunt with and...

    Welcome Garth, What birds do you hunt with and what quarry do you have? I always find it interesting to hear about falconry in other parts of the world. Pics are appreciated.
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    Also, I think it would be nice to fly the same...

    Also, I think it would be nice to fly the same time every day,but the reality of my work schedule and variable weather conditions I often switch things up to be able to fly. Some days first thing in...
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    I fed a large mixture of cottontail, pheasant,...

    I fed a large mixture of cottontail, pheasant, duck, pigeon, jack, squirrel, day old chicks and rarely quail last season to my second year female gos. I guess after years of flying I have a good...
  5. Thread: Hello!

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    welcome, good luck on the test. Plenty of good...

    welcome, good luck on the test. Plenty of good info here.
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    Telemetry seems very affordable to me now- having...

    Telemetry seems very affordable to me now- having the newest state of the art- less so. You can still buy a basic set up from LL electronics or Merlin systems for not much more than I paid for my...
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    Welcome Justin, I was talking to someone...

    Welcome Justin, I was talking to someone recently and your name came up as doing very well with your gos and redtail. I plan on getting a Minnesota license next season, I hope to add snowshoe hare...
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    Welcome Ben, I am looking forward to hawking with...

    Welcome Ben, I am looking forward to hawking with you- It's coming up fast. Be great to have someone of your experience commenting on here.
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    Sorry for your loss

    Sorry for your loss
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    Welcome, You are right in that few places in the...

    Welcome, You are right in that few places in the world offer better falconry than Pierre. I made a trip up there a few years ago for grouse hunting- beautiful country with lots of game. Enjoy the...
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    Joe, If you ever do decide to come, let me know. ...

    Joe, If you ever do decide to come, let me know. I will try to point you to some pheasants and have a guest room and some mews space for while you are here.
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    Karli, we have had a meet in Ames before. The...

    Karli, we have had a meet in Ames before. The tough thing is finding quarry for longwings, rabbits for the hawks are nearly always easier to find. Pheasants are few and far between in that part of...
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    I was at Tom's place last weekend, he mentioned a...

    I was at Tom's place last weekend, he mentioned a female apprentice. I guess it all fits. Karli Rae, you have a good guy as a sponsor there. Welcome again.
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    Welcome Karli-Rae. I live up in the Northwest...

    Welcome Karli-Rae. I live up in the Northwest corner of the state. The Iowa Falconers Association has been inactive for the last few years. I have been talking to some of the old members and we...
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    Eric, glad to see you're still checking in. I...

    Eric, glad to see you're still checking in. I have avidly gunned snipe, but only incidentally hawked them. I also have some strong red setter ties, and would love to see more posts from you.
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    When I was in college I had some pretty...

    When I was in college I had some pretty successful hawks and a very low budget. I ate rabbit in many forms; fried in butter with salt and pepper. Smothered with cream of mushroom soup . Sauteed...
  17. Thread: From Spain

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    Welcome, Beautiful peregrines:) and that is some...

    Welcome, Beautiful peregrines:) and that is some nice looking country in the background.
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    I believe the majority of the European sparrow...

    I believe the majority of the European sparrow hawks Lance Christensen has raised have been creche reared with 2 or more together. He did this on advice of European breeders who had good success...
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