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Old 08-04-2014, 09:21 PM
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Anyone got any pics of albidus x Finnish 50/50 and 3/4 and there views on them in comparison to a pure Finnish in terms of there flight style temperaments etc etc I've never witnessed an albidus or albidus cross being flown and was curious as to what people's views on them were as I'm interested in an albidus cross for next season and if people are in there favour what percentage albidus would people recommend .

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Old 08-04-2014, 10:00 PM
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Stunner midge 3/4?

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Stunner midge 3/4?

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50/50 pal A unreal hawk at her game imprint flys at 3 pound can't really explain about her dale just if pheasants are what u want by what I have see this is the hawk.
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http://www.falconryforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=48244

season 2 + 3 out there somewhere also

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My 3/4 albidus thread
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3/4 and a mature pure, all females
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Anyone got any pics of albidus x Finnish 50/50 and 3/4 and there views on them in comparison to a pure Finnish in terms of there flight style temperaments etc etc I've never witnessed an albidus or albidus cross being flown and was curious as to what people's views on them were as I'm interested in an albidus cross for next season and if people are in there favour what percentage albidus would people recommend .

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Dale, why not fly a pure? mine was good, (P.R.) Robin aka Pitbull, flys one, i have not seen it but apparently its fast and aggressive!, there all good as with all goshawks, the pures just fly a bit different in my opinion,after the molt i take mine to David for health checks i will pop in
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Old 09-04-2014, 10:36 AM
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Dale, why not fly a pure? mine was good, (P.R.) Robin aka Pitbull, flys one, i have not seen it but apparently its fast and aggressive!, there all good as with all goshawks, the pures just fly a bit different in my opinion,after the molt i take mine to David for health checks i will pop in
I have looked into the pure albidus and been having long chats with Angelo , it all comes down to £££ I know how easy it is for accidents to happen in the field and it's a lot of ££££ to risk loosing , defiantly call in though Ricky would be nice to see you and the bird .

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I have looked into the pure albidus and been having long chats with Angelo , it all comes down to £££ I know how easy it is for accidents to happen in the field and it's a lot of ££££ to risk loosing , defiantly call in though Ricky would be nice to see you and the bird .

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Angelo doesnt know a great deal about Albidus, only how to breed them, speak to the people that have flown them for a honest opinion, lee Featherstone flys crosses so does Mike West, Wes Midges mate has a good 50x50, didnt know you were interested in them as you could have come out with Duncan, he is proberbly the best gos i have flown, i will be flying a pure female this year so lets get out.
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