A qualified property, which may subsist inanimals fcrw natural on account of their inability, as where hawks, herons, or otherbirds build in a person’s trees, or conies, etc., make their nests or burrows in a person’sland, and have young there, such person has a qualified property in them till they canfly or run away, and then such property expires. 2 Steph. Comm. (7th Ed.) S.
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