Module C6. Falconry furniture and equipment Quiz

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  1. Water in a portable water bath should be provided for tethered hawks. What dangers can arise from the use of water baths?1
  2. Why do we weigh birds of prey?1
  3. Some falconers use a ‘loop leash’ to tether their hawks. What is the main benefit of using a loop leash?1
  4. Furniture is the term used for any equipment actually fastened to a bird of prey. How often should furniture be checked?1
  5. Why might we use lures with birds of prey?1
  6. Where should I.D. rings be fitted to your hawk?1
  7. What is the main disadvantage of a poorly made hood?1
  8. Why should you avoid flying a bird of prey on a creance near trees?1
  9. Which statement is correct?1
  10. Why is a swivel used when a hawk is tethered to a perch or the glove?1
  11. ‘Making to the hood’ is the phrase used to describe the process of getting the hawk used to wearing the hood. When is it best to ‘make a young hawk to the hood?1
  12. What size bell should you choose for your bird of prey?1
  13. What is the best size for a travelling box?1
  14. What is the main disadvantage of using a very large travelling box?1
  15. Which UK law incorporates ‘Brambell’s 5 freedoms’?1
  16. Why should you have good hygiene routines?1
  17. Why should mews jesses always be removed before flying a bird of prey free?1
  18. Which of these materials is NOT suitable for making anklets?1
  19. What is the main advantage of using an aylmeri anklet?1
  20. Part of a telemetry system is carried with you when you fly your bird of Prey free. What is it called?1
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