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It a fact that Owls and hawks tend to sit up in dead trees and wait for their pray to come to them and then swoop down. Old Bessy happens to be my chainsaw. So you cut down the dead tree(s) and that leaves less places for owls an hawks to ambush. I never said shoot them.

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