Big Hawk after my Lovebirds

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Deacon_Man, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. Zhurh

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    Ha, I hope they never let any wolves go around where you all call home. Once the deer, elk, moose populations drop to 10% of what they were before ole wolf came in the picture; you'd all get a rude awakening to reality of the balance of nature; no joke. Here in Alaska, eagles take 25% of all the caribou calves as newborns, add in the wolves & bear plus 5-10% of total taken that man shoots; boy of boy; hard for the bou's numbers to increase.
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    Nature is vicious! And when it is, it's not pretty!
  3. goofy

    goofy Well-Known Member

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    I have herd of this before (when I was younger) Is it true?
    Mike
  4. jack404

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    your pets are up to you , if they be family , do what you must and keep quiet if it may cause strife

    defending ones family is a honourable thing no matter what man says
  5. Alpo

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    i swear in many ways we are way free'er here
  7. TheGunClinger

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    No swearing allowed Jack. Some mod will give you a stern admonishment.:D:D
  8. goofy

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    Thanks Alpo :)
    Always heard this but was not sure if it was just talk.
    Mike
  9. ozo

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    Not talk....just more feely-good from liberal mindset
    that even if you are threatened by some 'endangered' specie,
    you are not allowed to harm it.....for the most part.
  10. gun runner

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    My pets are considered family. I will do whatever I can to protect them.
  11. mrjerry

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    Is that Hawk Pro Gun or Anti-Gun? If that Hawk is Pro Gun give it a shot and a beer, If it is Anti-Gun,give it a good talking to and put salt on its tail and send it on its way
  12. gun runner

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    Shoot the hawk with 12 gauge 00 buckshot
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    Federal law or not!! It is a well known fact that lead causes many problems. I worked as a welder in a primary lead smelter for over 24 years. If my blood lead became elevated to a certain point I was removed to an area of lesser exposure. I think the solution to your problem is to give this predator a case of supersonic lead poisoning.
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