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Old 24-07-2013, 03:10 PM
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Default Re: Tundra Peregrines Breeders ?

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This is a painting of a Tundra tiercel I had in the late '70s given to me by Roger Upton. Unfortunately I don't have a photo.

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That look a nice piece of art. would like to see it for real, as im sure the photo doesnt do it justice, atb Dave
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Old 24-07-2013, 03:17 PM
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This is a classic tundra falcon and a not so classic me from the late '60s
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Old 24-07-2013, 07:17 PM
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This is a classic tundra falcon and a not so classic me from the late '60s
Your really fow. Sorry. Just having the crack.

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Old 20-04-2014, 02:07 PM
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The reason that no one breeds them here in the US anymore is because you cant even give them away--nobody wants a small, lanky, light colored peregrine when you can have a peales or (better yet) an anatum. I guess the other part of that is that if someone really wants a tundra bird you can just get a permit and go trapping and select a nice one.
I understand. My concern was related to question a potential breeder on photoperiod scheme and laying/hatching times. I was just curious.
Your answer makes sense. I would add that nobody wants (to keep) a peregrine that will moult from mid july/august thru the hawking season till december/january.
Thank you for your post, better late than never.
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