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Super cute falcon bathing

Scratchy was given a bath to play in and it took him like 0.5 of a second to be in it after it was put down. Look how cute and fwuffy he gets!

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Very cute, hehe! I love his name, lol.
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What a poor effort! Most like Cindy, she hates water but will bathe in a gust of wind!

Common sense: about as extinct as the Dodo!


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Hehe he is adorable, and lazy, he's a wubbish flier too

They had a Simpson's theme a few years ago. We have Itchy and Scratchy the saker x gyr falcon brothers, Bart the red tail (he was sent to another centre) and Mr Burns the long eared owl

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We have our Zac here, She a lovely tiel of about 17 years old and getting cranky in her old age and she is fully flighted but I tell ya, have you ever seen a tiel fly backwards??

Yeah, we know wubbish flappers

Love the Simpson's theme!

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BACKWARDS?! That sounds impressive haha!

Both Itchy and Scratchy fly really weird. They don't go out far at all, go right up at 90 degrees, hover for a second and turn around into a stoop haha!

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