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    Hi Guys still looking,,,so please help this old geezer,,,Merry Christmas,
    Tony.

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    Deer problems any one ,,,fully retired now so can,help where needed,any time,
    Regards Tony.

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    Offer still stands ,anyone I could supply,20 boxes of rope bangers,retail price around 25/30 pound per box,not a bad deal for 1 outing,or just pay,up front,,please see first post,by me,,
    Kindest Regards Tony

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    Saw couple of roe deers at the field, so I took some pics. Good to have a change and to take camera instead of .308

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    Nice one Zamora,,,I used to import Goshawks from finland many years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony rentokil View Post
    Nice one Zamora,,,I used to import Goshawks from finland many years ago.
    I think it has been highly illegal business for decades. At least this century... It is of course possible, as there is easy access from Finland to Sweden and Norway and lots of wild areas without any humans. The population decline of predatory birds has been quite steep in Finland, because of stealing eggs from nests and black-market for raptors. On the other hand, it has been possible to get a license for selling birds to outside the country, but I think it might have been highly unlikely to get one, if one has a zoo where the birds has been birth. If I remember right, less than decade ago one man got quite long sentence and was fined about 250k because of collecting protected bird eggs.

    But, water under the bridge and so on. I hope that time has past and people start to respect our nature more.
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    This was a long time ago when I was 19/20 years old Im now 66,way back then we new gamekeepers in Finland that shot every Goshawk they could,even on the nest.
    We were granted a licence,1 per year to import one hawk,only at least with me the flew every day and were well cared for,even bred from,when too old,for hunting.
    Regards Tony.

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