Dutch dead owls did not have bird flu

Northern hawk owl

In Rotterdam zoo in The Netherlands, recently two young northern hawk owls died.

It now turns out after laboratory research thay did not have bird flu, as several media had reported earlier.

Eurasian eagle owl: here.

From the Google cache, on the same zoo:

Young animals born in Blijdorp zoo

Date: 5/6/06 at 4:28PM

Mood: Looking Playing: Animal crackers

Many young animals were born this spring in Blijdorp zoo in Rotterdam in The Netherlands.

They include four swift foxes from North America.

Also the white-naped cranes have two chicks.

And two young Mhorr gazelle.

And one young addax.

Also one young Southern crowned pigeon.

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