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Old 30-06-2008, 09:25 PM
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Default Re: Flying birds of prey in Spain?

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Looks like you're not a million miles away from my old stomping ground. I'll be at home in the UK in July. Holywell, Flintshire. Look me up if you want and we can meet in Chester. We'll have a pint and swap notes.
Sounds like a good idea, let me know when you are over , if im free i will try and meet up cheers john.
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Old 30-06-2008, 09:31 PM
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Default Re: Flying birds of prey in Spain?

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Hi, I picked the new FHH up last wednesday, she's sitting in the mews looking around with a suspicious look in her eyes.

The shorter season refers to the time during the samer when you can hunt quail, pigeons, doves and corvids. Rabbit season beguins in two weeks and will last until the end of November.

There is a period, from mid- February to July, when you cannot hunt anything, so its either lure, baggies or moult.
Hi enrique thank you for the info , im sure you will soon have your new bird manned and ready to go , has she got a name yet?
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