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Old 14-07-2010, 01:47 AM
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Steve, I have a couple pictures of the bird when its 9 days old. Frankly there is nothing unusual about the bird to see at that age.

Also, can someone send a step by step of how you upload pictures. I know a little about raptors, but even less about how you uplad a picture.

Steve, regarding going out west. Steven and I have talked about it. As you might guess, we were wondering if there is any good jack hawking out there.
Years ago we went to Moose Jaw Sask. there were tons of them . Now I hear they are harder to find. Any assistance on that subject, would be great.

Hi Simon,

When you create a post/reply to the thread, click on the little paperclip icon next to the smiley-face in the tool bar. It will walk you through how to attach an image. The forum only supports small, low-resolution images, so you may need to know how to resize the photos on your computer.

The AFA's annual BBQ is this weekend at Rick Skibsted's a few minutes from Drumheller, AB, where this year's national meet will be. I will talk to him and some others about the local jack hawking and get back to you.

As a fall-back plan, you could always bring your hawkXeagle out to my place for some snow geese a little later on! I have jacks too!

Regards,

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Old 14-07-2010, 07:11 AM
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boom boom mate

as tim said you have to justify what you are doing to no1

as i recall there was a goshawk x buzzard, chilean blue eagle x buzzard, harris x coopers

all of these are crossing genus accipiter x buteo, aquila x buteo whatever!!!!!

im sure it takes some skill to do so something many falconers and breeders couldnt

atb david
I have some photos some where of the gos buzzard it look a very nice piece of kit a chap in one of the old Eastern block countries bred them have not heard anything about them since they were advertised which is a shame still looking forward to some photos and reports of the H X G well done goshawk007 ATB Phil
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Old 14-07-2010, 07:30 AM
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Simon , congratulation for your success, I think your hawk will be along the line of the mountain hawk eagle.
and I do agree with you that it will be fascinating to see if the hybrid combine eagle and harrishawk intelligence that could make a superlative hawk particularly if it socialise like a harris .
as the moto of some very remarkable and unique people says :
"who dare wins"
atb
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Old 14-07-2010, 10:42 AM
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thanks gos007. very interesting and I just cant wait for the photos. Congratulations for your success!

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Old 14-07-2010, 11:03 AM
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inseminating a non imprinted rehab female eagle using semen from an imprint harris

but the males wing is damaged and he is not able to balance on the back of the female when he (sparingly) attempts to copulate.

Why produce the bird?
Im interested to know if you had always intended this hybrid & stripping the male Eagle that was shown to be in condition failed?

Also are they no restrictions for creating hybrids with a Wild origin bird in canada?

Im pro hybrid but its the source & use of the parents im questioning

I think there is only one thing that would hit hybrids harder in the Uk than anything else, & thats taking in to care a wild eagle & experimenting with it

As i said.. Im pro hybrids, but i think i found my line.
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Old 14-07-2010, 11:03 AM
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inseminating a non imprinted rehab female eagle using semen from an imprint harris

but the males wing is damaged and he is not able to balance on the back of the female when he (sparingly) attempts to copulate.

Why produce the bird?
Im interested to know if you had always intended this hybrid & stripping the male Eagle that was shown to be in condition failed?

Also are they no restrictions for creating hybrids with a Wild origin bird in canada?

Im pro hybrid but its the source & use of the parents im questioning

I think there is only one thing that would hit hybrids harder in the Uk than anything else, & thats taking in to care a wild eagle & experimenting with it

As i said.. Im pro hybrids, but i think i found my line.
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Old 15-07-2010, 09:15 AM
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Cant wait to see the pictures of this hybrid...
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Old 16-07-2010, 01:55 PM
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Ok guys , I hope this worked, please see pictures of 28 day old Harris Eagle. According to Steve, it basically looks like a smaller golden eagle but coloured and feathered like a Harris. Steve guesses the weight may be around 3-4 lbs, likely a male.
It would be good to hear from an eagle breeder to compare developement, build etc of this bird compared to a golden eagle.
I think we will know a little more in about a week.
Have a good weekend.
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Old 16-07-2010, 01:58 PM
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Ok guys , I hope this worked, please see pictures of 28 day old Harris Eagle. According to Steve, it basically looks like a smaller golden eagle but coloured and feathered like a Harris. Steve guesses the weight may be around 3-4 lbs, likely a male.
It would be good to hear from an eagle breeder to compare developement, build etc of this bird compared to a golden eagle.
I think we will know a little more in about a week.
Have a good weekend.
Very nice cant wait to see when fully grown atb lee
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Old 16-07-2010, 02:03 PM
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Thank you for the photos Simon, good luck with the bird!
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