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Culdrose and predannack 20/10/14

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eho100
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Culdrose and predannack 20/10/14

Post by eho100 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 6:01 pm

Hi, on holiday down here, seemed to be plenty of activity down here today. Hawks at culdrose in the morning then merlins using predannack for something all afternoon. Is this usual or was I just lucky?

defender 110
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Re: Culdrose and predannack 20/10/14

Post by defender 110 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 6:42 pm

merlins and seakings use predannack all the time for training . hawks are based at cu, keep your eye out as there are 3 apaches in cu for a couple of days

eho100
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Re: Culdrose and predannack 20/10/14

Post by eho100 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 7:14 pm

Ahhh, jolly good thanks for that, wasn't sure how often the hawks went up

defender 110
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Re: Culdrose and predannack 20/10/14

Post by defender 110 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 7:25 pm

hawks are in and out all day long. 8.30 9 ish start and generaly last land at 4.30 -5pm . have a good holiday hope the weather is kind

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