Don't know if this topic is in right place F/B, relocate if need. Would like to see-hear type and styles of exerise programs you ppl have for your different birds, Last years flying weight was 1525- 1575 grams. I work my intermewed R/T about 10, 15 foot jumps (Creanced) during off season, once a day when permitted. Time early morning (of course, heat, to hot most times!!) about mid Sept. I go to 20' - 100' daily (creanced), sometimes twice a day. She finishes molting mid Oct. Season starts First weekend of October. Ususally still Hot down here +80, sometimes 90deg. in Nov. Normaly early Nov. first good cool front comes though and start hunting regularly.
HEY.........what are you doing with MY bird?? ;D(jealous) I do some creance work similar to you. I don't really try to exercise her too much as she will quickly gain back the strenght while out hunting. When she is at weight, she's out hunting ;D During the moult, I do jump-ups every few days. That's about all I do.
Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines "Give a man a fish, and you'll feed him for a day; give him a religion................ and he'll starve to death while praying for a fish."
My sponsor has flown her Grandmaw, we've watched this family for Years, about 15yrs. now. Been keeping eye on males. But Keith wants to start flying H.H.'s again. SOOO he wants me to get HH as well and team fly them. But I'm Keeping Dyna R/T
Post by ColdZeroUK on Feb 18, 2005 17:38:59 GMT -5
with my harris i let her follow on and used the dummy bunny occasionally and went out everyday. If the weather was bad then i would stand on a wall and do jump ups off her bowperch (never called her from the floor) until i ran out of food.