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    #291
    Quote Originally Posted by kenzie View Post
    Eto naituro ko na sa unica hija ko kung panu manghuli nun 90s tatay ko din nagturo sa akin





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    Wow! Mas mahirap hulihin ang blue kaysa sa green. Pero mas madali yung giant brown. :D

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    #292
    Quote Originally Posted by Boy Bastos View Post
    Wow! Mas mahirap hulihin ang blue kaysa sa green. Pero mas madali yung giant brown. :D
    Korek ! bagal ng brown kahet kumaloskos ka di padin nalipad haha


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    #293
    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    Speaking of, ngayon wala na akong makitang mga firefly at dragonfly sa lugar namin unlike dati na tuwing hapon, daming lumilipad.
    It only means that Metro Manila's air is too hazardous for them to breath.

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    #294
    wala na yan dahil lahat kinakain na ngayon.

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    #295


    18.6K:grin2:

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    #296
    yan tutubi...pinapakin ko dati yun sarili nilang buntot or magkagatan dalawang...hihihi

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    #297
    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    Isa pang nami-miss ko eh yung mamaril ng wild chicken at baboy damo. Bibihira na kasi yan dito sa amin. Nung 80's madami pa yan eh.
    Sa Negros dati, my father and uncles used to hunt for wild deer deep in the mountains. Thats when I got to taste real "tapang-usa". I was around 8 years old then.

    The taste and texture of the meat was a bit gamey for me ...
    Last edited by lowslowbenz; March 20th, 2013 at 03:20 PM.

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    #298
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post


    Sa amin namang village/lugar bro.,- lately, nakakita ako ng dalawang alitaptap... Ayos!

    Iyong tutubing kalabaw/karayom,- palaging mayroon....

    At saka, iyong bato-bato na ibon (quail), dati sa bukid lang namin nakikita iyon,... ngayon, palaging mayroon sa village namin... nakatambay sa may tabing kalye... Ayos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by holdencaulfield View Post
    dito sa school ng anak ko sa q.c. dami pang gumagala sa grounds nilang bato-bato. 2 species of bato bato, the zebra pigeon and the ring necked pigeon. lumalapit pa nga sa mga bata. and good that kids don't shoo them away.
    other kinds of birds hanging around in the school grounds: the playful "pied fantail" at yung bastos na pangalang "yellow vented bulbul". bulbul kasi they make a sound similar to it.
    I still see small brown birds in our garden. How do I know if it's quail? hehe. Most are plain brown but some are brown with a wide blue tail, What I don't see much anymore are butterflies and bayawak.

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    #299
    I believe the small brown birds you see in your garden are "maya" birds, a species of sparrow/finch common in tropical countries like ours. Chestnut Munia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Here's a link for quail; Quail - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    #300
    Cathy likes birds

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