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Kerecen Czech republic
Since 1980 we have gradually developed the Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) and Saker falcon (Falco cherrug) breeding station. Later, we expanded the breeding, adding by Gyr falcon (Falcon rusticolus).
From the very beginning of breeding we focused on top predator quality. The parents of the bred falcons are selected from the most successful predators.
The eyases, after being separated from their parents, are released into a 900 square metres aviary where they develop their natural predator abilities on pheasant and turkeys.
The breeding station is currently of high European standard which guarantees the quality of the young sky-out falcons bred, which we export all over the world with a valid CITES permit and veterinary certificate.
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