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Old 23rd of March 2008 (Sun)   #31
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Default Raptors

i have seen alot of folks looking for raptor IDs, so i figured id post my falconry links, this should help , sorry if one of these has been posted already

http://www.wingmasters.net/species.htm

http://www.hawkingdirect.com/index.html

wingmasters has alot of good info

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Old 31st of July 2008 (Thu)   #32
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Default Re: -=LINKS=- Reference ID sites for Birds

Hello

For french speakers, you have the fabulous oiseaux.net which has an english part
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Hi all- I have used All About Birds from Cornell University (along with a book that is always nearby)
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Old 22nd of October 2012 (Mon)   #34
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My first stop is usually:

http://www.oiseaux.net/birds/index.html
already mentioned by cedric_g

But I also browse through this site especially when I want to find pictures of juveniles or look for different angles of view in shots when trying to find details in feather patterns or colours:

http://www.arkive.org/explore/specie...er=common-name
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