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Old 03-12-2013, 10:53 AM
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Hi all my friends again,
the fallowing is my new sparr with an outstanding color.
i think it is a white sparr.
please share your comments for thid beautiful lady.
regards
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Old 03-12-2013, 05:09 PM
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Hi all my friends again,
the fallowing is my new sparr with an outstanding color.
i think it is a white sparr.
please share your comments for thid beautiful lady.
regards
Hi.This sparowhawk's com in your country crosing Georgia from faar Russia.Averige weight is 320-330gr.much light in colour andas young without stripes but with vertical ,,drops'' on hier front part of the body. EXCELENT BIRDS tot hounting.
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Old 04-12-2013, 04:05 PM
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Hi.This sparowhawk's com in your country crosing Georgia from faar Russia.Averige weight is 320-330gr.much light in colour andas young without stripes but with vertical ,,drops'' on hier front part of the body. EXCELENT BIRDS tot hounting.
Dear Igunmann,
i guessed that this color phase sould come from cold areas such as russia
many thanks for your comment.
but this sparr is about 230 gr.
from shoulder to end of her tail is about 32 cm
i put it close to another sparr and take some new photoes
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Old 23-12-2013, 05:56 AM
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Old 23-12-2013, 06:06 AM
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Default Re: Sparrowhawk trapping in IRAN

Awesome thread!! Falconry in the Middle East is a lot more diverse than just houbara, stone curlew and hare hawking.
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Old 23-12-2013, 06:21 AM
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Hi salman,
yeah.
actually it is more than them.
but there are some sever e problems.
first it is banned
second, if you lose your bird, it would be completely hard to find another.
and the last, in many situations your hunting field is joint with the other hunters and it would be completely dangerous for your bird.
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Old 23-12-2013, 11:09 AM
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Very nice Reza!

She looks very calm on your fist especially in such wide open country. Small acipiters here never leave the trees or cover. Even falconry birds get nervous in the open like that.
Both birds seem to be relaxed and both falconers look very happy
Do you use a glove or overlay for your right hand? I see at least two bare fingers of the hand she is standing on....

Best of luck with her
Rob
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Old 23-12-2013, 02:09 PM
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Found this thread very interesting
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Old 26-12-2013, 06:09 PM
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Very nice Reza!

She looks very calm on your fist especially in such wide open country. Small acipiters here never leave the trees or cover. Even falconry birds get nervous in the open like that.
Both birds seem to be relaxed and both falconers look very happy
Do you use a glove or overlay for your right hand? I see at least two bare fingers of the hand she is standing on....

Best of luck with her
Rob
Dear Rob,
many thanks for your warm wishes.
first of all i want to wish all the best and merry christmas to all
my falconer friends in IFF.
this sparrowhawk has been trapped by myself
and i did all cares related to its transport. she is very clever, brave and friendly.
that gos was trained by one of my good friends but unfortunately
He lost him.

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found this thread very interesting
it would be your kind favor Jeff.
i hope you trace this thread.
i hereby invite all the other friends to join the topic
And share their views.

tomorrow we will go to battle field to hunt the agile larks.
i miss the gos.
i hope he would be well anywhere.
he was a good goshawk.
i hope my sparr can get some.
without telemetry it is too hard.
lord save my sparr.
i will put the photos in return.
Regards
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Old 26-12-2013, 06:18 PM
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Mate can you not buy them birds over there it seems a bit **** that you have taken one out the wild.

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