O.K., this is a subject that I hope will provide some useful ideas through some sort of training, to have your trained bird to leave a kill, when an approaching winged predator, ie redtail hawk, is coming in for the kill. Cooper's hawks, small gos, and falcons, when on the ground attract larger predators, even golden eagles, that will eat your trained bird. Of course in the wild, the haggards have learned to abandon the kill, in order to save their life.
Most of the falconers that I have talked to, have no training for their birds on this subject.
With the price of these birds going up, I need to try anything that might help or get some good ideas. A prior thread on this subject had very few people participating, either to lack of interst or no ideas of a training technique.