We’ve had an interesting couple of weeks, Tommy decided he had an Ouchy foot just before Liskeard show ( we think he was pulling a fast one as he didn’t want to return to Cornwall, having escaped once) so poor Weaam, who was supposed to be seconding him got chucked in at the deep end and amazed us by how well he did, completely unfazed by the show ground, behaved perfectly with the hawks and put in a little Buck on his lap of honour just to show he could
It was lovely to see his owner Annette Nally who had come down to support him.
As he did so well , when we only had transport for the ROR southwest summer camp ( the Landie had gone in for emergency surgery) to give him a last try out before the game fair next week
Tommy in the mean time has come back into work (having been promised no trips across the Tamar 😂) and has been working with a new starlet for the displays
We’re also very aware that the time for serious Falconry is approaching and have been using the team to make new Falcons, a job that uncle Tommy excels at with his fantastic good nature and love of all things avian
Tommy is exceptional in his attitude
We’ve also got the hunting falcons on a hard fitness regime as our opening meet with the Dartmoor Falcons is only a fortnight away, and both Tommy and Weaam have been used to stoop Falcons from