I know I am replying to a old post here, but I am a one of several designated first aiders at work and I always have a feminine pad, tampon etc in my first aid kit as they are designed specifically to contain large amounts of blood and ideal for emergency situations.
I found a huge one last year while out with the shotgun hunting for pheasants so I left it where it was only to come back a few hours later to find some one else had gotten to it first. Gutted just did not come close to explaining how peed off I was at not picking it up rite away.
Hi John I just ordered a few A3 poster tubes off EBAY, I will send all the smaller feathers down in a envelope in the morning, as soon as I have a nice collection of tail feathers I will pop them into a poster tube and send those along Too.
PM received, I'll get the smaller ones sent down first thing in the morning and see about keeping the larger ones till I have enough to make a decent package.
I may be able to get some goose and pheasant feathers when the season opens too.
No problem. Pm me your address and I will pop them into a envelope and get them sent down first thing in the morning, if I can find a way to post the large tail feathers without damaging them i'll send those too.
Did not really know where to post this, so if I have posted it in the wrong section I apologize.
Any hoo back to the point of the thread, I have a few Green wing Macaw feathers sitting here and though I would offer them up to any one that wanted them, as I see this site has a large arts and...
personally I always have my "necker" concealed under a thin jacket so it is not out in the open and therefore not going to be a problem getting it snagged on branches etc. It's still easy to get to but not overtly visible in case I come across another person when out and about so that I dont end...
Well there is no way mine is going to come out of it's sheath without a good tug on the knife, I would be more worried about my morra coming out of the plastic sheath on my belt than out of it's kydex sheath around my neck.
LOL, I could probably go out now and get several bin bags full of them, and all are no more than a three mile walk from my house, every time I take the dog for a walk I find my self looking in the hedge rows, finding new shrubs every time.
Found about 2 dozen hazelnut shrubs this year in a local farmers hedge rows all laden with nuts, just a matter of keeping a eye on them and getting to them when the kernel inside is nice and fat and before the local squirrel population get to them.