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VeronicadeReus

VeronicadeReus

I love this earth and anything that lives on it! I'm from Holland, a very small country, but really beautiful. Loves to make photo's.

Rosmalen, HollandLat: 51.72, Long: 5.37

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VeronicadeReus flamboyant
flamboyant commented on by VeronicadeReus La Oliva, Canarias, Spaina year ago

Thanx for your help! Hope the location is set correctly now.

VeronicadeReus Gyrfalcon/Giervalk
Gyrfalcon/Giervalk commented on by VeronicadeReus Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands2 years ago

Thank you Andrew! :)

VeronicadeReus Wombat
Wombat commented on by VeronicadeReus Devonport, Tasmania, Australia2 years ago

He was very cuddly, he really loved it! @angrybee, i will add it to the mission captive animals. It had no comment what so ever that i am in the pic. And its there for a long time already..lol

VeronicadeReus Gyrfalcon/Giervalk
Gyrfalcon/Giervalk commented on by VeronicadeReus Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands2 years ago

thanks Liam!

VeronicadeReus Snowy Owl
Snowy Owl commented on by VeronicadeReus Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands2 years ago

Thank you Primrose :)

VeronicadeReus Barn Owl
Barn Owl commented on by VeronicadeReus Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands2 years ago

Will do!

VeronicadeReus Barn Owl
Barn Owl commented on by VeronicadeReus Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands2 years ago

Thank you Malcolm!

VeronicadeReus Eurasian Eagle Owl/Oehoe
Eurasian Eagle Owl/Oehoe commented on by VeronicadeReus Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands2 years ago

I also added this to the captive animals, so yes they are almost domesticated

http://www.falconcrest.eu/Falconcrest-Fa...

VeronicadeReus Eurasian Eagle Owl/Oehoe
Eurasian Eagle Owl/Oehoe commented on by VeronicadeReus Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands2 years ago

Yes Ashish, on a thin rope, training him bit by bit, very gently. They are very careful. They give birds a 2nd change, they all had previous owners, who didn' t know how to raise them and rescued them. They cannot go back to the wild, sadly. The birds enjoy to train and to demonstrate, you can tell.

VeronicadeReus Grevillea robusta
Grevillea robusta commented on by VeronicadeReus 2300, New South Wales, Australia2 years ago

Could be planted there yes, but looked as it was in a natural surrounding....