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How interesting to read what you wrote geopelia, and that there is good skiing down South, Wow, that's great. Thank you again for visiting. :-))
Winter here in New Zealand, but it never gets very cold in Auckland. Good skiing down South though.
Birds descend from small dinosaurs. My little cockatiel is more closely related to T Rex than he is to me!
It's so great that you wrote geopelia! How interesting to know that the extinct Haast's Eagle would have been even bigger. I visited New Zealand a few years ago and I love it, it's beautiful. I agree with you that it must be a very tame bird. Thank you for visiting my page. :-))
New Zealand's extinct Haasts Eagle would have been even bigger. It preyed on the Moa.
His master isn't wearing gloves! Must be a very tame bird.
You are very welcome REGill. I found it interesting also, thank you! :-)
Thank you, luly, for posting this interesting puzzle.
I feel the same way as you Costajig! Thank you for writing. :-)
That is an impressive eagle. Those talons!
Apparently, not...thank you for writing sandrine and you are mot welcome. :-)
Wow the, man looks pretty relaxed so I guess the bird isn't dangerous. Thanks, nice shot.