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  1. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevebeilgard View Post
    this was just too funny not to call attention to again. very good.
    ill go with the fence theory. but, who knows. there is not market for a poacher that i know of. only for live birds, not bird parts.
    Steve..I knew we would be on the same page!! after all you are from the "Nortland"...lol

    Im thinking a power line or fence wire? Is there a tower in the area? Guy lines kill lots of birds
    “But he was wounded for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities; on him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and by his stripes we are healed.” Isaiah 53:5






  2. #17
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    Last time I was down in the bottom I took a few pics. While I was down there a plane flew over, and got to thinking we get a lot of low flying planes that land at the county airport, possible maybe a low flying plane hit the bird?

    wtnhunt

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    Bobcat could have caught the hawk and took the head off and carried it to that spot.

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    i'm sure it was not a plane. the prop spins at near supersonic speeds, meaning it would have made hamburger out of the bird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevebeilgard View Post
    i'm sure it was not a plane. the prop spins at near supersonic speeds, meaning it would have made hamburger out of the bird.
    Kinda figured as much Steve, but was not sure if a plane about to land would have the prop speed wound down enough to cut the head off, body nowhere around and no feathers anywhere, just the head in my field. We get some ultralights at the airport flying over real low too.

    Oh well, one of those unsolved mysteries.
    wtnhunt

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