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Suitability Of Liberation Sites

#1 User is offline   OLDYELLOW 

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 22:03 PM

We often wonder why the losses are high , but not many look at where we are liberating from and probably not enough feed back for members to change these bad liberation sites , one was brought up that they had to liberate directly on to a road at Tilbury , Bedhampton straight on to a motorway , just looked at Leatherhead car park with railway track behind it , why have these sites been approved by the R.P.R.A in the first place is beyond me ????? Surely R.P.R.A should review suitability of these sites and many others . On viewing some sites plenty of sports fields around would make more suitable liberation sites . Do you know of any sites which should be added to the list of unsuitable sites ?????
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Posted 18 September 2012 - 22:14 PM

i've often herd the older/more experienced bird men saying that talbenny(wales) is a disaster of a liberation point when flying to ireland. would any welsh members have any thoughts on this lib point

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 22:24 PM

View Postsoupie, on 18 September 2012 - 23:14 PM, said:

i've often herd the older/more experienced bird men saying that talbenny(wales) is a disaster of a liberation point when flying to ireland. would any welsh members have any thoughts on this lib point

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Yes mate, In my opinion it's too close to the coast, the birds would be better released 20/30 miles inland to get a run for home, they are reluctant to cross the water on liberation
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