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    công ty luật dịch vụ th*nh lập công ty số điện thoại tư vấn luật tư vấn luật nhac san ấn hư không, cho dù l* vương giả đều không thể thuấn di ở trong đó. Chỉ có ho*ng giả cấp cường giả mới có tư cách xuyên qua m*n h*o quang, thuấn di tiến v*o Tịch Dương Th*nh.
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    Mr. McNeff I sent you an email in response to your questions as you had too many PMs for me to send you another.
    Shaun Hopkins
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    Hey Scott, got your email. I know you are busy. Still would like to meet up wen you have the chance. Thanks! Eric
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    I'm wondering if you have any experience in trapping recently fledged merlins. What I mean is, young birds that have left the nest, but are still in the area, but have not migrated yet?

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    Sir i live Maine and i would like to get in to this sport for along time . i ever had time . i do now . so i was looking to join . a group in Maine . go to some meetings .i would like to do this the right way
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    Thanks for all your pointers. Please Keep them coming. I need coaching.
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    Hi Scott, my name is Ken Molidor. I'm a falconer in Virginia. I have never posted on NAFEX but I read the posts daily. I was very interested when you mentioned you were raising an eyass merlin and you also mentioned flying merlins in less than open terrain. Normally when folks speak of flying merlins they speak of flying them in open terrain and giving them a large distance to approach flocks of starlings. Have you had good success flying them in tighter areas (as I picture maine)? How are they when raised from an eyass? screaming? We can trap them here on the coast but they do not breed here to my knowledge. I have flown redtails and currently fly a harris but am interested in merlins. I would love to fly one here but only have a couple areas that I would consider real open. Any info you could give me would be appreciated.
    P.S. You mentioned working with Lee Chichester. Lee is the vice president of our club. I see her a few times each year.
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    Good to see you on here Scott.
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I build custom fly-rods, produce wildlife art, practice archery, etc. etc. etc..
I run an ice cream business in southern Maine.


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