Before drones were cool...

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+14 1. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

That is awesome. I wonder if he just flies around until he sees the handler or was trained to go a certain route to capture specific landmarks. The dive is impressive and the best part is no drone buzz!
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+4 2. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

You can't train a bird of prey to go a specific route from that height, A-B across a field yes. But SEEING (pun intended) as they have the most advanced eyesight of the animal kingdom and could easily spot a mouse from that height its only a matter of time before he or she spots her handler. :)
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0 3. kirkelicious commented 4 years ago

It seems like someone is up there every day to make an awesome video.
Taking a chihuahua to events that involve falcons like the guy at 1:37 seems rather risky to me...
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+2 4. genja commented 4 years ago

#3 i guess as long as the bird isn't hungry there wont be a problem
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+3 5. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

#3 Falcons? That would be a rather large falcon. It actually is a very rare eastern imperial eagle. :) (i)
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+3 6. samxgx commented 4 years ago

Awesome... the whole time i was wondering how will we know if the bird has seen the handler...
the gotcha dive at 01:24 made it for me
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+2 7. kirkelicious commented 4 years ago

#5 yeah, guess i was sidetracked by the whole Arab-falcon thing. Impressive ornithological knowledge, sir!