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#1 robertson

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Posted 22 April 2016 - 09:04 AM

Well found this guy on the side of the highway last fall in my travels. Picked him up got the appropriate paper work, and just got him back from Lisa Poirier. I think she did a great job and glad I decided to get it done...the wife even likes it...lol..DSCF8001_zpslhuprz9q.jpg[/URL[URL=http://s1280.photobucket.com/user/gonehunting2/media/DSCF8002_zpsdri2xfz0.jpg.html]DSCF8002_zpsdri2xfz0.jpg


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#2 Olsilver

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Posted 22 April 2016 - 10:36 AM

Nice owl and the job is real nice too. Great for display. :)


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Posted 23 April 2016 - 04:02 PM

Looks awesome....


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#4 Mister November

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Posted 26 April 2016 - 08:00 AM

very nice

and great job!!


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Posted 26 April 2016 - 11:21 AM

great job!  Would you share the contact information for that business?


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#6 robertson

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Posted 26 April 2016 - 01:49 PM



great job!  Would you share the contact information for that business?

Ya no problem her name is Lisa Poirier and lives in Moncton Ph# 384-3880. She does good work. I asked if I could put the number up and they agreed but wanted me to mention that there is permits required for this to be done legally. I acquired this owl on the side of the highway ,as I did with this broad winged hawk I found a few years ago. The birds were turned into the local DNR with a location of where the bird was found and any circumstance to go along with how the bird potentially died. It is then sent off and examined by a provincial biologist, to determine the cause of death, and make sure it wasn't shot. Then when this is complete you will receive a permit for the bird in the mail and then you can acquire the bird back from the DNR office. You then bring her the bird and the pemit. You will need a permit to have work done. That being said I am very happy with the work and here s a picture of the broad hawk she did as wellDSCF8004_zps88zfw52n.jpg


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