Marabou Storks

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  1. doenoe

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    I called my former internship place and was told they had some new additions. And they got these:
    #1 They got 2 Marabou Storks
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    #5 A young Great Grey Owl
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    #6 And there are 5 young Barn Owls in this pic (ugly buggers)
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    Greetz Daan
     
  2. lostprophet

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    god those Storks are ugly sods :lol:
    and that expression on the Great Grey Owl is priceless :lol:
    and I don't think I'll ever feel the same about Barn Owls after your last shot :lol:
     
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    Priceless collection.
    Have to agree with Andy on the Storks tho', they are well ugly birds!!!!!
     
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    indeed, kinda ugly. They are huge though. Never thought they would be this big, i think their wingspan is about 2.75m or a bit bigger.
     
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    Heehee, faces only a mother could love. Interesting to see the young owls.
     
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    hehe indeed and thats owl going to grow up to be one of my favourite looking owls ever :)
     

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