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Tony James 19-07-2017 07:41 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by John155 (Post 2155132)
So does anyone know if this was the same guy and did he release it back to the wild ?

ATB
John155

The owners name was Darren. I've no idea if it's the same guy, nor what his plans are.

Regards,

Tony.

Falco Biarmicus 30-07-2017 02:15 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
that gos must be Lucky hes with you.:supz:

what is the ring number?

Phil71 30-07-2017 07:46 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
Why would you ask for ring number they have found the keeper,surley that would be between him the IBR and DEFRA.

TLDWB 30-07-2017 08:36 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
Well done Tony, would certainly be a nice bird to fly, even just to see what the years have taught it, good or bad.

Tom

Tony James 30-07-2017 08:43 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Falco Biarmicus (Post 2155357)
that gos must be Lucky hes with you.:supz:

what is the ring number?

Hi Christian,

thank you.
The ring number was 3XCANAPE, but the owner was found and reunited with his old goshawk.

Best wishes,

Tony.

Quote:

Originally Posted by TLDWB (Post 2155370)
Well done Tony, would certainly be a nice bird to fly, even just to see what the years have taught it, good or bad.

Tom

Thanks Tom.

I understand the goshawk is now for sale.

Best wishes,

Tony.

TLDWB 30-07-2017 08:46 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
He should have left it with you then Tony, but hey ho..

Tom

Tony James 30-07-2017 08:50 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TLDWB (Post 2155373)
He should have left it with you then Tony, but hey ho..

Tom

I'd have liked to have flown him, but would never have been able to dedicate enough time to have been proud of the result. I feel slightly over hawked as it is. lol

Best wishes,

Tony.

BradazTheFalconer 31-07-2017 10:00 AM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tony James (Post 2155374)
I'd have liked to have flown him, but would never have been able to dedicate enough time to have been proud of the result. I feel slightly over hawked as it is. lol

Best wishes,

Tony.

Hi Tony,

This was a great thread to follow. Did the owner not get on with him then (hence why he's up for sale)? It was a great thing for you to do to take him in and care for him like you did. Hopefully he'll go to a good home and have some success in the field.

Kind Regards,

Bradley

XiaTeal'c 31-07-2017 12:48 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tony James (Post 2155371)

Thanks Tom.

I understand the goshawk is now for sale.

Best wishes,

Tony.

Oh dear!

René 31-07-2017 04:21 PM

Re: Goshawk found in Suffolk
 
There are some sad sack examples of humans on this planet who live their lives without honour and without ever understanding the difference between what is truly special and what is not. What sort of person puts that hawk up for sale.? He should have left it where it was because he doesn't deserve it.


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