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Old 13-04-2017, 09:20 AM
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Default Re: Back in the game after 2 seasons out

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I wouldn't be so sure Bradley.. A fat parent reared goshawk in a game rich part of the country won't want to be within 200 yards of a man...
Bad news indeed Alex... I hope and pray for you.
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Time has proved me wrong in regards of a quick recovery, its a good point you make. All we can do is hope someone sees him and reports it. Would I be right is saying that a fat Goss could cover several Counties if it desired?

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Old 13-04-2017, 10:10 AM
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Time has proved me wrong in regards of a quick recovery, its a good point you make. All we can do is hope someone sees him and reports it. Would I be right is saying that a fat Goss could cover several Counties if it desired?

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It will hang around for a while.. They're sprinters.. Until it gets moved on from rooks crows etc from being territorial... If spotted trapping would be the best option I assume.
My mate lost a female.. She was out 6 months before a game keeper caught her in a larson trap.
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