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      Quote Originally Posted by JMF View Post
      All drones need to be registered with the FAA now, its' a pretty easy process. Like VDAWG said if you will make any monetary gain or are doing it for a business even if you don't make any money you need a part 107 license.
      As I understand it, drones at or above 250 grams (.55 pounds) need to be registered. The benefit of the Mavic Mini series is that they are 249 grams and don't need to registered with FAA.

      Certainly not trying to sound like I know it all and I may be wrong....just how I understand what I've researched.

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      How about spray planes --- that was another close call -- i am thinking less than 20ft. In the hills of minnesota winds is blowing so my hearing sucked and a spray plane going home comes out of know where.
      I was thinking about them too.....not sure if they're "required" to have the ADS-B transmitters or not. Seems like they are supposed to but I wonder how many actually do. If they do, they'd be recognized by the Mavic Air 2 "AirSense" tech and would trigger a "manned aircraft in the area" warning on the DJI app and show up on the map.

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      Have some run of the mill farm dogs and not sure if they could find anything. Two (white and yellow} labs who can find horns which is what they were train to find. A lot of deer in area, no visible blood to our eyes, some days had gone by, drone was there so for now it seem our best course of action. Maybe with a dog train to tract a deer but not sure were that dog is. But the drone did find so the job got done. db

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      Quote Originally Posted by CatDaddy View Post
      I looked at the Mavic Mini's (there's the original and now the "2") and almost bought one. Seems like a very solid drone with great camera and functions. However, it doesn't have the tracking or obstacle avoidance so I moved up to the Mavic Air 2.

      That's crazy it couldn't keep up - those dogs are fast! I think in "normal" mode the drone is supposed to do 30 mph!

      it wouldn’t keep up using the active track there was a little lag. They would take off to fast and get out of frame and it would loose track. I guess the new software has fixed that problem . Just flying it had no problem keeping up with them. The tech is crazy on these things.

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      The general public unfortunately has some wild ideas about drones. In Montana to many ranchers are sure drones are spying on them. Some make up things. While camped at Sitting Bull U S Forrest Service campground in the Bighorn Mts I was visiting with a Ranger that stopped by. It was the last day the camp was open and the camp host next to us was packing up. To be polite I asked if it was OK to Photo our campsite with a drone. He said it was illegal to fly a drone anywhere in Wyoming if there was any hunting season open even if you were not a hunter yourself.
      I wasn't as polite the year before when I asked if he knew of any wolves in the Bighorns and if they were worried about their local moose population. He very snappily said there are no worries they only take the very old or sick. I told him I was a retired biologist and don't hand me your official line of bull shit. Give the maintenence guy a uniform and all of a sudden they are experts. Nothing at all against maintenance people we all have our expertise, but he was speaking way out of his. Im guessing he was not to blame and only passing the bs he was told to pass. The granola have invaded the gov science and pass along their own twisted thoughts not data driven reality conclusions. Ok off my soap box.

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      ChiCom drone action:

      https://twitter.com/JoostBroekers/status/1483020377206964225


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      the replies are quite good

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      Quote Originally Posted by CatDaddy View Post
      As I understand it, drones at or above 250 grams (.55 pounds) need to be registered. The benefit of the Mavic Mini series is that they are 249 grams and don't need to registered with FAA.

      Certainly not trying to sound like I know it all and I may be wrong....just how I understand what I've researched.

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      I was thinking about them too.....not sure if they're "required" to have the ADS-B transmitters or not. Seems like they are supposed to but I wonder how many actually do. If they do, they'd be recognized by the Mavic Air 2 "AirSense" tech and would trigger a "manned aircraft in the area" warning on the DJI app and show up on the map.

      I know that is right thats why my friend got the mini 2 so it did not have to register it with the faa

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kurtr View Post
      I know that is right thats why my friend got the mini 2 so it did not have to register it with the faa
      That's correct, and right now I would trade a used for four hour Mavic Air flymore kit for a Mini.

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      can you use dogs to track deer? and then shoot it if wounded? 2 separate questions. my inclination is maybe "yes". and definitely "no".

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      I would think game and fish would say no to the dog but for me, i feel it is important to finish the harvest. Just get the job done, put the tag on and move on.
      The unethic comes from leaving a deer to suffer or become coyote food. db

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      You can reference and reach out to the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission to get more details if needed. Here is a link to a page where they have information regarding Unmanned Aircraft.

      Registration

      Regulations

      This site also has some good resources as well. Know Before You Fly

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      Don't sheriff departments have access to drones for search and rescue ? Volunteer searches found the Berry girl's body 1100 feet from her residence in an open field . It really irks me that for all the damn funding our LE gets that they couldn't have at least done a quick fly over of the area. That should be the first course of action before to go organizing a search party.

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