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Parahawking in Nepal

October 30th, 2009 With breathtaking views of the Himalayas, you can soar alongside Egyptian Vultures and Black Kites who will approach to take food out of your hand.  They are specially trained rescue birds who can’t be returned to the wild.  Among them is Kevin the young Egyptian Vulture, famous for his scrapes with Steppe Eagles.  The ultimate aim of the venture is to draw attention to the serious decline of Asian vultures, being poisoned to extinction by vet-prescribed drug Diclofenac.   Visit www.parahawking.com for more information, as well as www.himalayanraptorrescue.org