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Thread: Found: Male Kestrel w/ Jesses in Vermont

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    Default Found: Male Kestrel w/ Jesses in Vermont

    A rehabber in VT has a male kestrel that was found with Jesses. It was hungry but otherwise ok.
    The only VT falconer with a Kestrel has her bird so if you are missing a kestrel send me an email or a PM.

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    Cross-posted on some of the bigger falconry pages on FB
    JenniB
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    I think if there are any photo's, it would help to post them! Not so much of the bird but of the anklets and jesses.
    Fred
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    Quote Originally Posted by FredFogg View Post
    I think if there are any photo's, it would help to post them! Not so much of the bird but of the anklets and jesses.
    Already on it. The rehabber is supposed to send me some pics.
    Ron N1WT Vermont

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkumetz View Post
    Already on it. The rehabber is supposed to send me some pics.
    Fred
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    Has anyone contacted folks with ed birds? Those look like pigskin traditional style jesses! Are they slitted or pinholed?

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    Where is this kestrel now?
    Kitty Carroll -- The Hawk of May

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    but man's relationship with his hawk --- Terance Hanbury White~~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkmom View Post
    Where is this kestrel now?
    VINS. I think.
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