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Falcons in their nest, one month old

Falcon Success Story

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Sigrid Maebe

A true success story: the four little falcons high in their nest on the St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral in Brussels. The four females were born on the 8th of April and were ringed on the 28th.

The Peregrine Falcon (male) resting on a tower of the Cathedral (© RBINS)

The Peregrine Falcons Are Back in Brussels

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Sigrid Maebe

This splendid bird of prey is back from the brink of extinction in Europe and North America, and the proof is here in Belguim! Year after year, one couple comes back to the top of the North tower of Brussels' cathedral to breed.

Logo Museum Night Fever

Museum Night Fever 2015 offers humour, photography and jazz

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Reinout Verbeke

The Museum as you’ve never seen it before... mysterious and intriguing at night: that's Museum Night Fever!

Workshop In Vivo - © Frédéric Demeuse

In Vivo 2015: photography workshops at the Museum

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Charlotte Degueldre

For photographers João M. Gil and Frédéric Demeuse from In Vivo*, photography is about what goes on beyond the camera.



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