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Ricky Schomberg
Jump Box Plans

Using this jump box inside an enclosed 6 ft high covered fenced area you will meet all the federal and state standards for keeping your hawk. You can use netting or shade cloth for the cover. It will have to be elevated over the fence to keep the bird's wings from touching. The fenced area should be at about 15 ft square or big enough to keep the wings from touching the sides.

Roy Dewitt's jump box
Roy made his jump box shorter than the plans here. He used shade cloth to cover the area. He has used a jump box for over 30 years with every kind of hawk and falcon.


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