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Old 26-01-2017, 01:36 PM
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Old 26-01-2017, 01:39 PM
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The lost feather:
Some years ago my father joined us again to take pictures.

On one of them I could see on the camera that something is wrong with her tail feathers, so I counted them.


Result: Only 11 feathers. I asked all of our club if they had noticed something during the last two hunting days. Noone did.

Within the next week my father called me and told me: I know where your feather is!

This serie shows how the hare pulled out the feather and the strong wind blew it away immedeately. Noone did recognize what happend, as it was an unfriendly wet and stormy day (therefore the pictures are not that good, but I think very interesting )


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Old 26-01-2017, 09:22 PM
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The lost feather:
Some years ago my father joined us again to take pictures.

On one of them I could see on the camera that something is wrong with her tail feathers, so I counted them.


Result: Only 11 feathers. I asked all of our club if they had noticed something during the last two hunting days. Noone did.

Within the next week my father called me and told me: I know where your feather is!

This serie shows how the hare pulled out the feather and the strong wind blew it away immedeately. Noone did recognize what happend, as it was an unfriendly wet and stormy day (therefore the pictures are not that good, but I think very interesting )



Very good pics and a game little hawk. Keep the post going, well done!
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Old 17-02-2017, 10:55 AM
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Old 22-02-2017, 07:43 PM
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Guten tag, Best pictures I have ever seen, please keep posting them. I go to Germany a couple of times a year, usually around the Rhine Valley Cochem, Koblenz. Maybe I could extend my visit, my friend keeps telling me I need to get to Austria!
Viele Grube, vielen Dank
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