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Old 17-12-2011, 11:44 AM
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Thanks for the second video Blueagle. Sorry I can't PM yet because I have less than 100 posts.

I think there is a way to have falconry here in the Philippines.

Hey Fed,

It is the keeping (possession) of wildlife (including Brahminy Kites) that is regulated. You still have to get a permit for it.
Cackler your name is familiar, are member of PPF? philippinepetfiner.
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Old 17-12-2011, 12:13 PM
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Member of PPF, too. LOL. Phorusrhacos is my name there.
Anyways, does an ownership permit give us the tutelage to train birds of prey?
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Old 17-12-2011, 12:38 PM
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Rongirao:

Yes, I am a PPF Member.

Fed:

Keepers permit (for educational purposes) or farm permit (for breeding purposes) are your options. Or, you can be a member of the Indigenous Peoples. In each instance, you have to justify the source of your Bird Of Prey.

Once you have a permit to possess then you can train. After you train the BOP, then you can hunt. The question is, what will the Brahminy Kite hunt? Fish? Chickens of the neighbors? Best bet would be jungle fowl (labuyo in local parlance).
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Old 18-12-2011, 06:34 AM
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Rats and snakes, maybe. They say it's not the best bird for falconry.
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Old 30-12-2011, 01:10 PM
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That is a huge bird!

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Old 31-12-2011, 01:17 AM
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Makes one proud of his heritage.
You have to wonder why Filipinos still shoot Philippine eagles.
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Old 31-12-2011, 11:04 AM
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Makes one proud of his heritage.
You have to wonder why Filipinos still shoot Philippine eagles.
Poverty, hunger, high rate of illiteration and education?
No matter the nation and race, people who are affected bu these 4 negative factors, do not care about nature or protection of animals..
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Old 03-01-2012, 12:39 AM
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Poverty, hunger, high rate of illiteration and education?
No matter the nation and race, people who are affected bu these 4 negative factors, do not care about nature or protection of animals..

I think you mean 'Ignorance', (to the Importance of the eagle in the ecosystem) some shoot the bird for Trophy or food and some feels the eagle is a threat to their livestock and lack of concern to the environment. Philippines has one of the Highest literacy rate in the world. (93.4% and a functional literacy rate of 84.1% for 2003 stats). I don't know about the thinking of some people whenever they see a bird in the wild their mind set is to shoot the bird.
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Old 03-01-2012, 01:51 AM
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Hi guys, just saw this thread and read it. I think if falconry will be allow here in our country it will eliminate the extinction of our raptors. just like what happen to peregrine falcon and n. goshawk. they start breeding and falconers are allow to buy only to breeders. so, with a good market of bop every falconers will have the heart to breed them and enjoy the sports. Also falconry can educate people how to enjoy the presence of bop and see the beauty in this art. But, we also should have a license,schooling or just seminar for a quick start, proper rules and laws for falconry to protect other endangered birds from being hunted down.
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Old 04-01-2012, 10:57 AM
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hi guys, just saw this thread and read it. I think if falconry will be allow here in our country it will eliminate the extinction of our raptors. just like what happen to peregrine falcon and n. goshawk. they start breeding and falconers are allow to buy only to breeders. so, with a good market of bop every falconers will have the heart to breed them and enjoy the sports. Also falconry can educate people how to enjoy the presence of bop and see the beauty in this art. But, we also should have a license,schooling or just seminar for a quick start, proper rules and laws for falconry to protect other endangered birds from being hunted down.

This is great coz' there's so many BOP that can be found in our country from the smallest raptor in the world (Philippine Falconet) to the Largest Philippine Monkey-eating eagle.
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