Sunday, June 22, 2014

A Baby arrives

From Dan Konkel in Sheridan-- a male, 3/4 Gyr, 1/4 Saker. At this age his schedule is pretty simple...






7 comments:

Federico said...

And interesting mixture of cute and ferocious... May he fly strong!

Gil said...

A puppy with wings. I see you made your choice. Gil

Steve Bodio said...

In part, Gil; Libby's favorite bird is a male Gyr, and Lee Henderson, whose ranch is where we do most of our flying, likes Gyrs too, so it was a committee decision(;-)) But male Gyrs are the best personalities flying. Just hope we have a good hare year.

Karen Carroll said...

I LOVE raising eyasses in the house (or camper) that I've done while on tour. Have fun and a good vacuum cleaner for all of the fluff everywhere.

Anonymous said...

Hi Steve,

Tried to email you, but it bounced.

You need to use the online 3-186A filing system, here are the instructions:

http://www.nmfalconers.com/files/3813/4306/3447/3-186A-Instructions.pdf

Paul

Guy Boyd said...

I love to watch an eyas grow and dream of flights to come. Hope you do have a good hare year, but if you don't, a gyrkin will find something to test his flight skills. Mine will even chase horned larks. he can easily overtake them, but due to the great size difference, he's not agile enough to catch them. Beautiful flights, but no meat on the table.

Enjoy your new hunting buddy.

Mark Farrell-Churchill said...

Nice!