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Re: Moving forward with Welly
Posted by: FR (IP Logged)
Date: November 06, 2017 02:18PM

There is no question monitors like most animals understand eye contact With monitors they avoid it.. In the field, its very understood, do not stare at, or act with intent. like to hunt or Want. Or they run.

In your case, I am sure they look at you. I mean, you are not Threatening. Its how you are. So there are at ease with you. Other people, not so much. The only way for you to understand is pretend your a possum, then that ease turns to anger, and its a different feeling all together. Yet, the same you.

This see how much they can eat, has value. While you think your being fair, you are most likely teasing them. Until you KNOW how much they eat, you can't assume what you are assuming. Well you can, you would just be wrong.

In your case, all of this does not matter, as you treat them with respect, and curiosity. Why would they fear you. Even when you abuse them, for treatment etc. They still know your not a predator.

And yes, I think you get a little off, with your assumptions, of course I do. I am like you are with horses, only with monitors. It would be impossible to see them the same way. And, I have lots of field experience, like ten years worth. But, you will be fine, why, cause your you.

Subject Views Written By Posted
  Moving forward with Welly 39 Carla 11/05/2017 04:39PM
  Re: Moving forward with Welly 26 FR 11/06/2017 09:11AM
  Re: Moving forward with Welly 14 Carla 11/06/2017 12:40PM
  Re: Moving forward with Welly 12 FR 11/06/2017 02:18PM
  Re: Moving forward with Welly 11 Carla 11/06/2017 03:30PM
  Re: Moving forward with Welly 17 JOSHKING 11/06/2017 10:18AM

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