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Falconry

Snowboarding is kind of secondary as far as my hobbies go. My first is falconry. I've had to stop for awhile as I just had a baby, and hunting 5 days a week isn't really feasible right now.
Here's a couple of pics of past birds: (If you're squeamish at all, there is nature happening here, and nature ain't so nice!)

A Gyrfalcon/Peregrine falcon hybrid enjoying his pheasant that he caught:


Male Dark Morph Red Tailed Hawk:


Hawking in one of the prettiest places around, Alamosa, Colorado:


Myself and an American Kestrel (small falcon), hawking sparrows:


A bunch of starlings, balled up, with a Merlin (small falcon) chasing:
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