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Old 16-04-2011, 09:05 PM
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My wife and i visited Blair Drummond Safari Park today. Here are some pictures of the Birds of Prey.

White Tailed Sea Eagle.





Rüppell's Griffon Vulture.





Lanner Falcon.



Saker Falcon.




Pictures of the other animals to follow.
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Cracking pics Fraser, i really love the falcons. Where were they taken i you don't mind me asking.
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Great shots, the vulture steals the show for me........
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Old 17-04-2011, 08:31 AM
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Cracking pics Fraser, i really love the falcons. Where were they taken i you don't mind me asking.
Thanks. These were taken at Blair Drummond Safari Park.

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Thanks, he was very impressive.
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Gorgeous birds!
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Excellent 'shots'

The Saker & Lanner falcon are both stunning birds.

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Brilliant birds mate. Not been there yet, though went to the World Of Wings recently, you been there?
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Very nice Fraser,

Nice shots also.
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The Saker & Lanner falcon are both stunning birds.
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Excellent 'shots'

The Saker & Lanner falcon are both stunning birds.

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Thanks. My favourite falcon is the Gyr Falcon. Unfortunately they didn't have any.

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Brilliant birds mate. Not been there yet, though went to the World Of Wings recently, you been there?
No, i have not been there - yet. I am going to another falconry place soon as part of my research. I will take more pictures.

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Thanks Jon. How are you doing?
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