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Old 04-05-2016, 08:03 PM
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How rude of me, I didnt mention I was from Barrie Ontario. I`m just getting into the sport and I haven`t aquired a bird yet, nor am I in a rush, but I`m looking for someone to ``take me under their wing`` so to speak, as an apprentice. How about yourself??

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In Barrie I would say your going to be a
Merlin or Accipiter fanatic, because they would the most productive.
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Your in an area where a Gos, Coops or Sharpy would excel, but a Merlin is an option too. HH would be good especially a male but you would have to be very weight, temp and wind chill conscious, selective of where and how long you were out hunting. You want a big male HH is your going with them in a small mew that lowers the temp, possibly a small mew in a garage or a small area that is 30% F, this can be done with a 30 watt protected bulb with an adjustable dimmer switch. I would recommend a Gos, but talk to those guys.
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Old 21-04-2018, 10:48 PM
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Birds of prey are known to be carriers of avian influenza (AI) without necessarily showing any signs or symptoms.
This can represent a risk to humans and many avian species, including poultry. This information has been
scientifically proven and is supported by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), of which
Canada is a_ member in good

The conditions for the import of birds of prey are available on the CFlA's website at

www.inspection.gc.ca/plants/imports/airs/eng/ 13001275 l 2994/ l300l27627409#&HilI13i$.

if import
conditions do not exist for a particular country of interest, I invite you to contact your CI-ĹIA district
oftice for assistance or to complete an application available at www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/terrestriak
animals/imports/permit-application/eng/ l 3745 l 1671 189/l 37451 1696.513.

I would like to assure you that the CFIA takes the issue of animal health very seriously and that its
policies reflect the most recent science-based information.
l trust that this information is of assistance.
Sincerely,

Dr. Jaspinder Komal
Executive Director, Animal Health Directorate
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In Barrie I would say your going to be a
Merlin or Accipiter fanatic, because they would the most productive.
For Sure. But buy telemetry first, maybe GPS transmitter instead, will save you much money & time.
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