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Seeing yesterday's was late I thought I'd go early today and add a bit of colour tae.

2016 Grizzle hen 100% Jock Alston bloodlines. Sire purchased from SNFC sale I think it was and the dam at Carluke club fundraiser sale.

She was my timer 2 of the three races I gave her.

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Seeing yesterday's was late I thought I'd go early today and add a bit of colour tae.

2016 Grizzle hen 100% Jock Alston bloodlines. Sire purchased from SNFC sale I think it was and the dam at Carluke club fundraiser sale.

She was my timer 2 of the three races I gave her.

Nice wee hen John, and great when the purchases come good :) I cant keep grizzles up here I'm afraid.

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Very difficult tae keep them anywhere Ally, they're like beacons tae Percy 😡

I'm afraid so John, no reds, mealies or grizzles here. And infact my best doos every year have been cheqs or cheq white flights, never finished a season with a blue bar as my best. That may be coincidence though as majority in the loft are now cheqs.

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John, did u know that bop have different colour specctrom from humans , was told this by a falconer years ago.

 

Had no idea Jim, guy who worked at the Baron's Hough reserve told me Pieds Grizzles reds mealy' etc were an easier target because they are easily picked out against the terrain below. No idea if he is right either but just looking at my own team the more white about them the higher percentage are lost compared to Cheq Blues etc, which supports his observations.

 

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If you cannae face it yersel I will take that bit oh rubbish off yer hands and dae it in fur ye <_<:unsure:

 

Get tae the back of the queue Davie lolol

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John, did u know that bop have different colour specctrom from humans , was told this by a falconer years ago.

 

I think, like cats, etc, they see hot colours better. Some sort of infra-red like vision. I have seen this highlighted on nature programs, so I expect falcons will be similar to other predators in that respect. :)

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My first ybs hatched out this morning out of this Kannibal (spelling?) Ck. He was a gift from Pat Doherty who has ye very best of this family and they are performing great in OLR's.

Cracking bird John better keep an eye on the youngsters kannables eat there own :emoticon-0136-giggle:

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