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       5 Thames Valley Vultures, 4 Motorycles (3 V-maxes, 2 old, 1 new)        and a ride to the Hawk Conservancy.
We met, surprise surprise at Chieveley Services, with a forecast of a 50% chance of rain. But that was not enough to deter Bob and Julie, Frank, John and Arls from a trip to the Hawk Conservancy.
Frank did well to keep up the pace of the V-Mii with Bob leading us along some fantastic twisty country lanes.

As usual the HC looked after us well, providing our usual private helmet park. Hike for HawksThe flying demonstrations get better every visit and Ashley was quick to point out the Vultures performing the low flying routine over the heads of the audience have learned that they can fly as low as they like in the certain knowledge that the humans will always duck. He was not kidding! There was too many near misses to recount here, but needless to say it was fun trying to guess when it would be safe to lift your head once more. There were some spectacular photo opportunities and I excelled at capturing nothing but sky.

Ashley asked if we (TVV) would be able to help with their Hike for Hawks (flyer attached), and also to 'Like' their Facebook Page. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hawk-Conservancy-Trust/349205011775937?fref=ts