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For the record, I have nothing against Falconry whatsoever. I think it's legal, ethical, and I've never heard anything negative about those who participate in it. However, the cop in my family says: ". As soon as he trespassed, nothing he did was legal". He was subject to search and arrest.
Yes i read the law statement and lawyer speak that is written about the taking or the preventing of taking of wild game in Pa. In no line is the word private land mentioned.All my law experiance tells me that hunting on said land one would need permission from the land owner.Al has hit the nail on the head.Now since the warden did not take such action tells me that the land owner declined to press charges,however once the warden gets on the scene and finds the falconer did something wrong he had every right to take action regardless of what the land owner says,public or private The gentlemen in question had all the papers and permits in order and did not have a problem he then left.Chris you may or may not respond but i know you will read this If in any way this site had an inkling that there could be a lawsuit this thread would not have gotten to the point where i am now.Slander is a very very tough point of law.As far as the photograph is concerned again you are being misled Private property takes presidence here ,you seem well educated and i am sure if pressed you would say that you wrote this in haste . Hell i could find a lawyer to sue you for suggesting that this person could sue,and believe me they are out there .Do you see how screwed up this system has gotten We should just chalk this whole incident up to a misunderstanding and leave it at that I am not sure who said this but i have so so much respect for these words" I MAY NOT AGREE WITH WHAT YOU SAY BUT I WILL FIGHT TIL THE DEATH FOR YOUR RIGHT TO SAY IT" Some strong words for this day and time right? But in 1776 it started a country