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I enjoyed that and the Buzzard shadows on the ground as they soared overhead. Nice for you to get away from the processor.

What drone do you have as some really decent footage there?

I was thinking of getting one for the shoot I am in.

Years ago your dad took my brother for a look around your farm when you were running the game shoot - shame you moved away from that as the topography is amazing for showing high birds! Large investment of course and you need the co-operation of neighbouring landowners and this is not always easy to achieve.

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6 hours ago, arboriculturist said:

I enjoyed that and the Buzzard shadows on the ground as they soared overhead. Nice for you to get away from the processor.

What drone do you have as some really decent footage there?

I was thinking of getting one for the shoot I am in.

Years ago your dad took my brother for a look around your farm when you were running the game shoot - shame you moved away from that as the topography is amazing for showing high birds! Large investment of course and you need the co-operation of neighbouring landowners and this is not always easy to achieve.

Yes, we usually get a couple of buzzards and often 5-10 red kites at a time, it's always nice to see.

 

It's a phantom 4 drone, they're very good once you get the hang of them but expensive and there's a lot of new regulation coming for drones this year if you are looking for one. 

 

I miss the shoot, it was only 3 years though as we had to concentrate on the firewood and to be honest we didn't have the area to compete with the big ones and were just losing money. 

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1 hour ago, gdh said:

Yes, we usually get a couple of buzzards and often 5-10 red kites at a time, it's always nice to see.

 

It's a phantom 4 drone, they're very good once you get the hang of them but expensive and there's a lot of new regulation coming for drones this year if you are looking for one. 

 

I miss the shoot, it was only 3 years though as we had to concentrate on the firewood and to be honest we didn't have the area to compete with the big ones and were just losing money. 

Those phantoms are quality drones and I see why you bought it. It might be a bit risky flying the drone on the shoot the way some of the guns operate - could easily get shot by mistake ! 

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Been driving the Aunts 40's series over the last few days. I took AL to help with the silage, I am a sad git.

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