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Author 'Taratata31' (Id 181845 ) : Hello I continue to show you these raptors d, such a beauty, a piercing gaze, and a very pretty plumage, a question to Kim as to why these raptors take they not the powder d, cleared off when they are in a demonstration, in public places, except for the fact that they have the gite and the covered.

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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon D200
Aperture: f/7.1 | Exposure time: 1/200 s | ISO: 100 | Focal: 116 mm (eq. 174 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0.3 EV | Flash: Non (0) | Date: 27/07/2012 15:48:01
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> Kim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 16, 2012
It is a magnificent griffon vulture. And to answer your question, if they do not take the powder cleared off first, it is because we always fly when they are fasting, they are not given to eat after and then because we have trained several hours every day with a lot of patience and for months to be able to present it in the show. Falconry is first and foremost a school of patience and precision.
 > Fmdv [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 28, 2012
For my part, I saw one day a vulture with its jets (the links that we put on the legs), in total freedom, in the process of feeding with other vultures. The jets were in a very bad state. There are always birds who leave their falconer... I also saw a kestrel is out of the way and saw that it was completely impregnated, one may be concerned for its survival. The vulture when he had managed to readjust to wild life.
 > Kim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 29, 2012
Unfortunately there are sometimes that escape because they are not well with their falconer and it's sad because often, they can't survive in the wild. Not so much because they are unable to hunt, but mostly because they find themselves in an environment that is not theirs naturally. Fortunately this is relatively rare.
 > Taratata31 >Reply
Sep 29, 2012
Hello Kim, thank you for all this information very useful, I can see that you and Fmdv you are familiar with the subject, this is not my case, see you soon !

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