Teenager's Harris Hawk goes missing from Wisbech St Mary home

PUBLISHED: 18:11 26 April 2010 | UPDATED: 09:37 02 June 2010

LOST  13 year old Freddy Foreman has lost his harris hawk,its brown and white male.This bird has an identification ring and a dna microchip which is registered to Willowcroft fish farm.This bird is not trained to defend for itself there is a possibility that this bird could starve.Please could you help by looking in your trees in the garden and surrounding areas if you get sight of it please ring the fish farm on 01945701625/07766815603.It was lost in Wisbech st marys so it would most likely still be in this area.

 

From: J KINGHORN [mailto:jodieforeman197@btinternet.com] 
Sent: 25 April 2010 20:14
To: info@willowcroftfishfarmandfisheries.co.uk
Subject:

LOST 13 year old Freddy Foreman has lost his harris hawk,its brown and white male.This bird has an identification ring and a dna microchip which is registered to Willowcroft fish farm.This bird is not trained to defend for itself there is a possibility that this bird could starve.Please could you help by looking in your trees in the garden and surrounding areas if you get sight of it please ring the fish farm on 01945701625/07766815603.It was lost in Wisbech st marys so it would most likely still be in this area. From: J KINGHORN [mailto:jodieforeman197@btinternet.com] Sent: 25 April 2010 20:14 To: info@willowcroftfishfarmandfisheries.co.uk Subject:

A HARRIS Hawk has gone missing from a Fenland home. The brown and white male bird is owned by 13-year-old Freddy Foreman and is registered to Willowcroft Fish Farm, Wisbech St Mary. In a plea to Wisbech Standard readers, Freddy s mum Jodie said: This bir

A HARRIS Hawk has gone missing from a Fenland home.

The brown and white male bird is owned by 13-year-old Freddy Foreman and is registered to Willowcroft Fish Farm, Wisbech St Mary.

In a plea to Wisbech Standard readers, Freddy's mum Jodie said: "This bird is not trained to defend for itself and there is a possibility it could starve.

"Please help by looking in your trees in the garden and surrounding area. It would most likely still be in this area.

"If you get sight of it please ring the fish farm on 01945 701625 or 07766 815603.


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