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Date : 14 November 2017 03:56:05
From Page : intro_f.html

This page was exceptionally helpful, thank you so much! You probably just saved my academic career!


Date : 4 November 2017 18:26:13
From Page : longearowl.html

Excellent information thanks v much,


Name : Suzanne
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Date : 5 September 2017 17:06:37
From Page : cbuzzard.html

Thank you very helpful.Do the buzzards winter in.Northern IRELAND. I had 3 flying around and now they are gone.


Date : 28 July 2017 20:11:59
From Page : intro_h2.html

This page was quite helpful. It was concise, yet covered the subject. I was just what I was looking for.


Name : sherri
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Date : 18 July 2017 07:27:36
From Page : intro_o2.html

I enjoyed your article and was glad to see that not all cultures regard the owl as a harbinger of death! I watched an owl fly up past me a couple of nights ago... a beautiful white owl.


Name : REBECCA CASELLI
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Date : 24 April 2017 09:36:56
From Page : intro_o2.html

So informative, great article!


Name : Ashley
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Date : 20 April 2017 09:25:44
From Page : intro_v.html

a good place to start for my evolution project thanks


Name : Debbie McMath
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Date : 17 January 2017 21:35:05
From Page : intro_o2.html

this was very helpful. thank you. Im trying to find info on what the native Indians thoughts where on them. I have a very larg one hainging around, and believe it is kinda awesome. now there are 2 of them.


Name : Richard Thomas
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Date : 20 December 2016 05:42:11
From Page : redtail.html

Very nice pave, and info excellent. Thanks for putting this up for everyone enjoyment, and education. I'm about to take my test in near future, studying at present for the Alabama test. We can have red tails and red shouldered as apprentice. I lo e red tails, and have several on my property. Also, curious about red shoulders, due to size, feeding requirements, and maybe the ability to catch some birds. As Im overrun with them on my 60 acres. What's your opinion of each for a beginner, pluses and minuses? Thanks, Richard Thomas


Name : jason ponnaiya
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Date : 18 November 2016 17:44:34
From Page : captivity.html

This page was NOT helpful


Name : Byron Nelson
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Date : 18 November 2016 06:30:40
From Page : terms.html

I know next to nothing about falconry or any of the related sciences concerning training, caring for, or hunting or exercising any of the raptors ... Having said that, I've always found that anything to do with those magnificent creatures is wildly entertaining, enlightening and educational .... For me, anyway ... I did read your short list of definitions and thought it was absolutely great because I had never seen any of those words/definitions before... The reason I found your page is because I'm currently reading a book and the protagonist is fixing a hawk using an limping needle, which I just had to look up ... And I'm glad I did !!! ... Thank you for what all of you do with these birds !! I'm very impressed !! ...


Name : melissa hernandez
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Date : 7 November 2016 08:29:58
From Page : intro_o2.html

i found your article about owls very very helpful and very interesting it said alot about.different owls.and the.different.cultures tribes,people on how.they'.saw the.owl. i liked.it.alot....


Date : 6 October 2016 10:00:00
From Page : intro_o2.html

Very interesting and helpful, thank you for making your research available


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Date : 26 September 2016 19:56:16
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Date : 26 September 2016 18:42:43
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Name : Barbara
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Date : 31 August 2016 22:05:17
From Page : intro_o2.html

Wow, what fascinating information! I have a lovely crystal owl on my work desk my brother gave me for my birthday recently and was curious about the 'wise old owl' saying and randomly came upon your site. Simply amazing the meanings some things have or are created.


Date : 14 August 2016 03:40:03
From Page : intro_o2.html

Very helpful page. Thanks a whole lot


Name : Jordana Van
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Date : 24 June 2016 18:23:01
From Page : intro_o.html

Your site was EXCEPTIONALLY helpful, Paul, and thank you SO much for finding the facts, rather than reproducing the myths (eye color linked to hunting time, for example) as so many others have done.


Name : baba karanveer
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Date : 23 June 2016 15:16:12
From Page : intro_o2.html

Thankyou this site was really helpful and so much informative
Stay blessed always


Name : Bob
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Date : 10 May 2016 21:25:07
From Page : chacoowl.html

this page was very helpful because i am at school and we have to do this owl report so this helps me figure out what owls eat. thanks son


Date : 8 May 2016 22:28:55
From Page : intro_o2.html

very, thank you for providing it.


Name : Zanele
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Date : 9 March 2016 19:00:32
From Page : intro_o2.html

Thank u, this was an eye opener. I choose to see the good in owls.


Name : Wesardfreed
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Date : 22 February 2016 13:23:15
From Page : eeagleowl.html

It was really interesting and it helped me learn lots of facts and it also helped me with my project


Name : Josh
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Date : 27 January 2016 22:33:42
From Page : intro_o.html

This website was awesome, but I wish you put more information about yourself that way it would be easier to site this website. But still very much appreciated.


Name : Robynne
Date : 27 January 2016 08:44:34
From Page : intro_o2.html

Thanks, interesting info on owl mythology.


Name : Marete lenisson
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Date : 28 December 2015 13:24:34
From Page : intro_h2.html

Concise yet very thorough.


Name : krista
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Date : 7 December 2015 16:47:56
From Page : intro_o2.html

Fabulous and intriguing article!


Name : Kristie White
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Date : 13 November 2015 23:57:35
From Page : intro_o.html

I love your site. I am doing a final research paper on owls & it has been of great help, thank you!
I cited all of your work properly in my paper :)


Name : Cheryl
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Date : 4 November 2015 05:46:44
From Page : intro_o2.html

Yes thank you , I saw an owl at almost dusk. First time I can remember seeing one I watched it for 5 -8 minutes and turned my head briefly and it was gone. Was curious as to what the meaning of this was. I enjoyed the information. A little scary about the references with death associated with owl sighting , interesting information .


Name : Sharon
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Date : 20 October 2015 15:44:54
From Page : intro_o2.html

Could you suggest further reading to learn more about the symbolism of owls, particularly the Snowy Owl, in Celtic mythology?
Thank you for this page. It was very interesting and informative.


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Date : 7 October 2015 21:01:41
From Page : intro_o2.html

Hello,
This page on owls was helpful. I am composing a collage including an owl and wanted a bit of background. Your info was thoughtful and thought-provoking.
Cheers.


Name : dan
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Date : 23 September 2015 18:57:51
From Page : intro_o.html

very helpful thank you!


Date : 30 August 2015 12:56:29
From Page : intro_o2.html

I enjoyed reading your article.
P.S. The Times of India has an article that may interest you about why the owl is seen as wise in the West, and Foolish in India. I think it would explain to you why they believe as they do about owls.


Name : Arjjan
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Date : 26 August 2015 21:12:01
From Page : hybridf.html

Good article. Very interesting think the hybridization of falcons.


Name : Mark
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Date : 20 July 2015 21:05:11
From Page : hybridf.html

Question, How often or what percentage of the gyr/peregrine hybrids are fertile.


Name : My parker
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Date : 15 July 2015 06:03:53
From Page : intro_o2.html

Yes it was very helpful! Thank you very much!


Date : 20 June 2015 20:41:51
From Page : terms.html

I am reading H is for Hawk and kep forgetting the correct terms for the raptor's behavior. Your info is very helpful.


Name : Ron fisher senior
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Date : 3 June 2015 08:10:32
From Page : intro_h.html

congratulations; you have done a great service to me and I imagine anybody interested in these birds. I live on Vancouver island and we have many of these here. we have what we call a turkey vulcher, and when it stands on the ground its the scsriest thing I have witnessed.,we also have many types of hawks, and one of the worlds largest populations of bald eagles. I thank you very much for this page my friend. keep up the good work. cherio, Ron :-)) I forgot to mention, I'm in Canada.


Name : Melvin
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Date : 10 April 2015 10:04:53
From Page : harris.html

I found this page very helpfull . But what I wanted to know is what temp you run an incubater eggs at and how long . I've got a pair of harris hawks that mate and lay but do nt incubate eggs so want to hatch them in incubater hope you can help me Thank you. Melvin


Name : Melvin
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Date : 10 April 2015 10:04:52
From Page : harris.html

I found this page very helpfull . But what I wanted to know is what temp you run an incubater eggs at and how long . I've got a pair of harris hawks that mate and lay but do nt incubate eggs so want to hatch them in incubater hope you can help me Thank you. Melvin


Name : William savage
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Date : 2 April 2015 17:32:02
From Page : kestrel.html

One other thing I should have mentioned,the male has a grey tail with black bars and the femail has a brown striped tail and brown striped head.


Name : William savage
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Date : 2 April 2015 17:09:33
From Page : kestrel.html

This is an excellent description of the kestrel and it's hunting habits .My neighbour and I have put up a kestrel box in an old beech tree just down the field where we live in cirencester and I have just observed a female kestrel fly out of the tree and land on nearby power wires where it preened and then fluffed up its feathers before flying away.I don't know whether it came out of the nest box but I am keeping my fingers crossed.there was another kestrel on the cables about a 100 metres away so I hope it was the first birds mate.


Name : Ron Fisher sr.
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Date : 24 March 2015 07:06:43
From Page : cf1.html

I live in an area on Vancouver island, b.c., Canada. we have many hawks, and bald headed eagles too,so we are familiar in the differences, but many folks that aren't familiar with these beautiful hunters, will get an education from this wonderful page. well done, cheers, Ron :-))


Name : Arinola
Date : 17 March 2015 17:51:28
From Page : intro_o2.html

Thanks it was really helpful.


Name : Arinola
Date : 17 March 2015 17:50:49
From Page : intro_o2.html

Thanks it was really helpful.


Name : Ron fisher
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Date : 7 March 2015 21:28:11
From Page : intro_h.html

it was well worth your time to go back today,as you got some fantastic picture. you are truly incredible dear, and the link to this page, and all the information, is brilliant. I shouldn't be surprised, because I already know how special you are, but you continue to amaze me, In the most wonderful way.i hope that you never loose your desire to do this ,because I for one would be devastated . I'm probably a pain in the ass, but you are so important and needed for me. your just what the doctor ordered for me,hehe. a big ol bear hug.xo Ron (the fact that your beautiful, doesn't hurt either )


Name : Max
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Date : 23 February 2015 18:32:23
From Page : barnowl.html

This is an stupid comment form


Name : Linda
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Date : 17 February 2015 09:52:44
From Page : comments1.html

Yes. I started watching an owl cam and it's all new to me. Was directed to this site by one of the moderators on owl cam site. Thanks it was most helpful.


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Date : 20 January 2015 16:02:32
From Page : goldeneagle.html

Very helpful, thank you. I did notice a typo though; you have used their when you meant there:-
Quote:
but their can be up to 75% mortality before the young reach breeding age.


Name : Claudia
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Date : 8 January 2015 20:28:32
From Page : intro_o2.html

Very helpful, thank you! Have you heard of "tecolotes" in Mexican folklore? They're the souls of curanderos or brujos.


Name : Paul
Date : 17 December 2014 17:30:43
From Page : comments2010.html

Just to prove I am adding new comments


Name : Paul
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Date : 17 December 2014 17:29:52
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My apologies to all who had previously posted, unfortunately due to a server upgrade, I have lost all of your messages & I didn't notice before backing up :-(.
All is now fixed, I will take more care in future.