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Date:8/28/2014 12:18:39 AM
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Hi, Mackenzie,
So long as plan E is giving those smaller birds a chance at the feeders that's all that matters. Have the turkeys found the feeders in the back? Think that groundhog forecast an early spring sounds like those turkeys agree with it, but here in CA it's been springlike off and on for awhile anyway.

Dad had always been interested in Falconry. Just was fortuitous to meet the guy in traffic and that he was willing to sponsor dad. Thru him the parronts met other falconers and went with them and their birds hunting. As you can imagine the parronts started to collect a few books about falconry along the way.

Let's see, dad had to take a test from the state or was it the feds? Anyway, had to take and pass the test and then fish and game came out to make sure the mews was built correctly. It's all solid with the bars in the front. There's a man door on the side with a lil trap door to toss food in. Oh, yeah, had to get a scale to weigh the bird. Dad installed a perch on it. Had to weigh it so he knew when to feed and when it was hungry that was the time to do training. Mom can't recall the exact numbers. Had to check the look of the poop too, probably like our parronts checking ours to be sure it looks normal. So, with all this in place then it was time to go trap a bird. Again, mom can't recall the exact dates, but it was in fall. Dad built the trap and it had lil bits of fishing line on it so the bird's feet would be tangled but not hurt. A nylon stocking was used to immobilize the wings and the hood so it couldn't see. Oh, yeah, dad had to buy a rabbit as bait. Mom can't remember where they went to look for a bird, but it was within an hour's drive. More next time.

Does your mom's toe hurt a lot?

Have a great day, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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