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moulindu
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New Neighbours

Postby moulindu » Tue Jan 24, 2017 6:36 pm

Couple of days i saw 3 new neighbours moved nearby my house at around 50 yds away. got addicted to them & any chance i get bring out my range finder & follow them. Well here are few snaps taken without their permission though. hope you guys like it
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nitroex700
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Re: New Neighbours

Postby nitroex700 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 1:10 am

Your neighbours look good! Hope you will let them live in peace too! ;)



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Vikram
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Re: New Neighbours

Postby Vikram » Wed Jan 25, 2017 1:34 am

very nice!


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Trajeev
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Re: New Neighbours

Postby Trajeev » Wed Jan 25, 2017 12:06 pm

If you see Kites all of a sudden in your neighbourhood ,you should understand that the surrounding is infested with rats or squirrels or even snakes.Once they finish with the rodents,they will move on to new location for the food.Till then,keep a watch . You may get a chance to witness their hunting prowess.



moulindu
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Re: New Neighbours

Postby moulindu » Wed Jan 25, 2017 12:44 pm

nitroex700 wrote:Your neighbours look good! Hope you will let them live in peace too!

I like to watch them, if thats bothering them i cant help it :mrgreen:
Trajeev wrote:If you see Kites all of a sudden in your neighbourhood ,you should understand that the surrounding is infested with rats or squirrels or even snakes.Once they finish with the rodents,they will move on to new location for the food.Till then,keep a watch . You may get a chance to witness their hunting prowess.

:agree:
Well i am sure there is a possibility that all the night time with my TX 200 gave my new neighbours lots of breakfast as i left those on top of my roof :D
Hope i can be their regular food source :mrgreen:
Moulindu



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Basu
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Re: New Neighbours

Postby Basu » Wed Jan 25, 2017 12:46 pm

Very nice.....
Ratting is on the card :mrgreen:

Basu


Not all those wander , are lost...............

Trajeev
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Re: New Neighbours

Postby Trajeev » Wed Jan 25, 2017 1:09 pm

NOooooo. Don't feed them.Let them chase their prey.That will keep their killing instinct intact.Just watch how they do SHIKAR. Believe me,It will be an unforgettable experience for you




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