This morning's boring excursion

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    Not to shabby, although at first I did wonder why an Animal Control
    Officer should need be concerned with what appeared to be a healthy raptor.

    Does he do raptor rescue and rehab?
    Pudentame, Mar 23, 2007
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    This bird showed up about 5 miles down the road from where I live. He
    was sitting on their back deck and didn't seem to want to leave. The
    Harris' Hawk is not native to North Carolina, by about 2,000 miles, so
    the local wildlife rehab places don't want to or simply will not mess
    with them. He was banded and very tame so he was probably lost by a
    falconer, we're trying to locate the owner by the band number, but
    there isn't a national band number registry; so it is turning out to
    be a bit of an ordeal.
    JimKramer, Mar 23, 2007
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    Yeah, that's a cool pic. I don't think I'd have mentioned the Animal
    Resource Officer, however. You lose points for shooting a tamed hawk.
    Fish in a barrel and all that ....

    Your hawk series proves what I figured out a few years ago with Harry
    the Hawk. Hawks love Hamburger!
    Annika1980, Mar 23, 2007
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    Peter Chant Guest

    Wilba wrote:

    You want to see these on alt.binaries.birds on t'nternet?


    (Humour probably works best in the UK)
    Peter Chant, Mar 24, 2007
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    Wilba Guest

    It's only humour if it's funny. You'll have to explain this one to me, 'cos
    I don't get it.
    Wilba, Mar 24, 2007
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    Mark² Guest

    Hamburgers...and squirrels...
    Mark², Mar 24, 2007
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    Peter Chant Guest

    Birds, some what out of date slang for women, popular in the 70's.

    Peter Chant, Mar 24, 2007
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    Alan Browne, Mar 24, 2007
  13. Birds, some what out of date slang for women, popular in the 70's.
    I still like to refer to our lady singer in our little jazz band as, "The
    William Graham, Mar 24, 2007
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    Wilba Guest

    Like I said ... it's only humour if it's funny. :-D
    Wilba, Mar 24, 2007
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    JimKramer, Mar 25, 2007
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    I looked but Google doesn't carry that group, and I'm cheap, but you
    are welcome to cross-post the link.

    JimKramer, Mar 25, 2007
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    I know, but it was a lot cheaper then a trip to the Texas-Arizona
    Hamburger, Pffft!, Beef strips. Though driving down I was looking for
    a tasty HBC morsel, no luck.
    JimKramer, Mar 25, 2007
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    Uninjured, obviously tame and trained, well outside out its native
    area, captured and handed over to the NC Falconers Guild, hopefully to
    find its owner, but at least he has someone to cared for him.

    I had thought about going to a falconry competition before to watch
    and photograph this may be another good reason to go.
    JimKramer, Mar 25, 2007
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    Alan Browne Guest

    You could do a photo-j essay and post it ... might help find the owner.

    Owner might have abandoned the bird as well.
    Alan Browne, Mar 25, 2007
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    Considering the price of the bird I rather doubt it was abandoned,
    Even if the owner did want to get rid of it He could sell it as it is
    atleast partly trained.

    I'm contemplating writing up something for the local rag...
    JimKramer, Mar 25, 2007
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