Module C4. Catching, restraining and moving birds of prey (instructor version) Quiz

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  1. For which of these reasons might you need to catch a bird of prey normally kept in an aviary?1
  2. You should only keep a bird of prey that you are competent and confident to handle because: (choose two)1
  3. Which parts of a raptor are likely to cause the greatest injury to a person when catching a wild or untrained bird of prey?1
  4. Handling birds of prey with your bare hands can cause which problem with birds of prey?1
  5. When might you use a ‘casting jacket’?1
  6. Why might you put a piece of carpet on the floor of a travelling box when collecting an untrained raptor?1
  7. Birds of prey breathe in a different way to mammals and people which means they have a continuous flow of oxygen through the lungs1
  8. Raptors hanging head down with wings spread apart are in danger of death from…1
  9. What is the optimum length of time a bird of prey should be held in the hands?1
  10. Why are hoods used on birds of prey?1
  11. When holding a bird of prey you should always:1
  12. Before a very long journey you should:1
  13. In the UK which legislation might be relevant when you are transporting birds of prey by road?1
  14. You will transport your bird of prey in a properly constructed travel box of the correct size and dimensions. You are worried about exhaust fumes – what is the best way to protect your bird of prey?1
  15. You will be travelling with your hawk on a long journey in the summer. To ensure the welfare of your bird of prey which statements are most important (choose two) ?1
  16. When travelling in winter I intend to keep the travelling box inside the passenger compartment where it is nice and warm. Which statement is true?1
  17. “When travelling I always face the travelling box forward”. Which two statements are true1
  18. Should you administer a sedative before sending a bird of Prey on a long journey?1
  19. On a road journey of 6 hrs how many times should you get your bird of prey out of the travelling box?1
  20. Look at this picture of a long-handled raptor catch net on sale in the US at $159.95. How could it be made better?1

  21. Look at this picture. What is this?1

  22. Look at this image of someone holding an injured bird of prey. What is the benefit to the bird in using a jacket to hold it?1

  23. Look at this picture. The handler is using gloves, has secured the hawk’s legs and has restrained the wings. Which statement is correct.1

  24. When catching an injured wild bird of prey. Which statement is most correct?1
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