Collection of hunting birds worth 300 million of Hanoi hobbyists

Anh Vu Duc Minh (born 1982 Ha Dong – Hanoi) is famous in the bird of prey world in Hanoi for owning a collection of nearly a hundred hunting birds worth about 300 million VND, including many rare and valuable birds red like: Big cut mountain kite fire kite seal…

According to you Minh raising and training birds of prey is not only a hobby but also a unique sport. Birds of prey include types such as: eagles, falcons, kestrels, owls, etc. These are all types of birds that have an aggressive nature in nature and often hunt small reptiles for food. In Vietnam, the trend of raising birds of prey has only appeared in the past few years and is mainly developing in big cities such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hue, Da Nang… In the photo is a Goshawk with Price is about 20 million VND.

According to Mr. Minh, raising and training birds of prey is not only a hobby but also a unique sport. Birds of prey include There are types such as: eagles, falcons, kestrels, owls, etc. These are all types of birds that have an aggressive nature in nature and often hunt small reptiles and animals for food. In Vietnam, the trend of raising birds of prey has only appeared in the past few years and is mainly developing in big cities such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hue, Da Nang… In the photo is a Goshawk with The price is about 20 million VND.

Owning a bird of prey nowadays is not too difficult, however To train a hunting bird to listen to its owner’s commands is not simple. This process usually takes from 1 to 3 months for the bird to practice hunting techniques from simple to complex. In the photo are two Blyths imported from Thailand priced at 12 million VND/head.

This is a breed of bird with quite good hunting skills. They have bright eyes and sharp claws and are always the terror of small animals in the wild.

A mountain eagle that Mr. Minh raised for nearly a year. This is a majestically beautiful bird considered the lord of the sky. An adult mountain eagle can weigh a lot. up to 2 4 kg and a wingspan of nearly 2 meters. They can be paid up to thousands of dollars for a well-trained eagle.

A mountain eagle that Mr. Minh raised for nearly a year. This is a majestically beautiful bird considered the lord of the sky. Adult mountain eagles can weigh up to 2.4kg and have a wingspan of nearly 2m. They can be paid up to thousands of dollars for an eagle that is well trained in its skills.

The seal falcon belongs to the Vietnamese bird of prey family. They often live in the northern mountainous provinces such as: Yen Bai Cao Bang Bac Can Lao Cai… This is a breed of bird with a fairly cheap price ranging from 15 – 5 million/bird.

According to Mr. Minh in Vietnam, the most expensive eagles are the “lowest” prices, which are tens of millions of dong, but the adult ones cost many times more. Falcons and kestrels are cheaper, no more than 5 million VND, depending on whether the bird is a “bird” (newly caught) or has been tamed. However, Mr. Minh said that the valuation depends on many factors. Many animals of rare breeds with good hunting skills can be paid for up to hundreds of millions.

At first, when the birds were first trapped, the players were You have to train the bird to get used to sitting and eating on the glove. Then you have to train the bird to listen to commands such as: flying over the hand to eat, spreading its wings… and then finally comes the stage of training the bird to hunt for real food Minh’s hunting birds are all imported abroad and only when he returns to Vietnam are he trained in skills.

For hunting birds, players do not use cages to avoid using them. feathers that often train birds to stand on iron bars and bridges.

Started playing birds of prey in 2013 and currently Mr. Minh is a Vice President of Ha Dong Bird of Prey Club (Hanoi). According to Mr. Minh in Hanoi, the hobby of playing birds of prey has developed into a trend that attracts a large number of participants, many of whom own sets Collection of precious hunting birds worth up to billions of dong.