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from the Guardian

In pictures: Atlas of Rare Birds by Dominic Couzens

White-rumped vultures were once a familiar sight in the cities of southern Asia, with a population numbering millions, but its numbers plummeted fast in the 1990s. It was discovered that an anti-inflammatory drug used to treat injured cattle was to blame. When the cattle died, the vultures would ingest the drug and suffer a slow, painful death


Did you know that rabbits need as much exercise (if not more) than your average family dog! If allowed the space and time...rabbits can run the equivalent of 30 football pitches each day! So let your bunnies limber up as its exercise time!|


Little Boy & Teddy on a Bike Ride .... Just because it's cute!


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from Pouted Online Lifestyle Magazine

So You Decide To Breed Birds At Home?

New Holland Honeyeaters, a honeyeater species found throughout southern Australia.


As a lively university city, Groningen has the youngest average population in Holland. The city centre boasts numerous historic buildings and countless shops and boutiques. The city centre was once elected ‘Holland’s best’ because of its unique charm and atmosphere. ~ Special thanks to @rufusnormanton allowing us to share this photo. ~ Your photo on our Instagram page? Tag #ThisIsHolland or mention us for a chance to get featured!

from The Independent

48 Hours in Amsterdam: Where to go and what to see

Amsterdam travel tips: Where to go and what to see in 48 hours


Netherlands - Amsterdam - Facts about Netherlands: Area: 41,785 sq km. Northwestern Europe occupying the Rhine delta; over 20% is below sea level. Population: 16,653,346. Capital: Amsterdam (administrative capital); The Hague (seat of government). Official language: Dutch (Nederlands), Frisian. Many also speak English. Languages: 38


11/14/2016 - Over 1,250 dead birds have been found in the province of Noord-Holland in the past week, increasing fears that bird flu has taken hold in the wild bird population again.