User:Pmaas

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Peter Maas (User: Pmaas) lives in Steensel (municipality of Eersel, province of North Brabant, the Netherlands). He studied 'Animal Care and Veterinary Nursing at the Groenhorst College in Barneveld (the Netherlands). After this study he studied 'Animal Management' with the specializations 'Wildlife Management in situ/ex situ' and 'Policy and Communication'. In 2005 he recieved his bachelor's degree in Animal Management at the Van Hall Instituut in Leeuwarden (the Netherlands) and in 2012 his bachelor's degree in Environmental science at the Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein in Leeuwarden (the Netherlands).

North Brabant-Flag.svg This user is from the Dutch province of North Brabant.
Flag of the Netherlands.svg This user is from the Netherlands.

Peter's Websites[edit]

WikiProjects[edit]

WikiProjectExtinction-Logo.png This user is a member of
WikiProject Extinction.
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This user is a member of Wikiproject Zoo.
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WikiProject Mammals.
Eulemur mongoz (male - face).jpg This user is a member of WikiProject Primates.
Flag of the Netherlands.svg This user is a member of
WikiProject Netherlands.
Wikispecies-logo.svg This user has a page on Wikispecies.
Grapevinesnail 01.jpg This user is a member of WikiProject Gastropods.

Wikipedia Articles[edit]

Started articles[edit]

Here the Wikipedia articles Peter started: Pachyuromys duprasi,Pachyuromys,Lataste, Myotragus balearicus, Portuguese Ibex, Emerald network, List of extinct animals of the Netherlands, Steensel, List of extinct animals of Europe, List of extinct animals of Réunion, List of extinct animals of Martinique and Guadeloupe, Santo Stefano Lizard, Ratas Island Lizard, Ibiza Rail, Canarian Black Oystercatcher, Maculinea alcon arenaria, Madeiran Wood Pigeon, Cyprus Dipper, Canary Islands Quail, Eastern Canary Islands Chiffchaff, Canary Islands Chiffchaff, Canary Islands Giant Rat, Lava Mouse, List of extinct animals of Africa, New Zealand Raven, Chatham Islands Raven, Grant's Zebra, Schomburgk's Deer, Toxandri, Telestes turskyi, Quagga Project, Reinhold Rau, La Palma Giant Lizard, Roque Chico de Salmor Giant Lizard, Boettger's Lizard, Straight-tusked Elephant, Sri Lanka lion, Tuscany lion, Panthera gombaszoegensis, European jaguar, Panthera youngi, Van Hall Instituut, Groenhorst College, Panthera palaeosinensis, Fighting Cattle, Bos acutifrons, Bos planifrons, Trinil Tiger, Borneo Elephant, Indian Elephant, Heck horse, Lutz Heck, Heinz Heck, Dvůr Králové Zoo, Union of Czech and Slovak Zoological Gardens, European Association of Zoos and Aquaria, World Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Zoo Associations, Dutch Zoo Federation, Northern White Rhinoceros, Tenerife Giant Rat, Canariomys, Birds Directive, Portal:Extinction, Camille Arambourg, Panthera leo vereshchagini, Viti Levu Giant Pigeon, Natunaornis, Perrin's cave beetle, Sardinian Lynx, Sardinian Dhole, Isla Contoy, Cozumel Island Raccoon, Marianne Thieme, Granada Hare, Vegas Valley Leopard Frog, Lithobates, List of extinct cetaceans, Reusel, Sci Fi Channel (Benelux), Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein, Partula (genus), Partula (disambiguation), Partuloidea, Prolagidae, Prolagus, Topi, Korrigum, Duizel, Knegsel, Wintelre, Gnome King Kyrië, Ayres Uakari, Martinique Macaw, Red-tailed Blue-and-Yellow Macaw, Oné Couli, Elephas mnaidriensis, Gudrun (whale), Mohoidae, Herman the Bull, Rhinodrilus, Pearl Maxima, Yunnan Lar Gibbon, Desmodus.

Peter also started several articles for the Dutch Wikipedia.

Other contributions[edit]

Some other (major) contributions of Peter in Wikipedia articles: Pyrenean Ibex, Barbary Lion, Asiatic Lion, Spanish ibex, Lake Pedder, Aurochs, Tarpan, Horse, Dwarf elephant, Hippopotamidae, Maculinea alcon, Mountain Zebra, Equidae, Kiang, Onager, List of extinct animals, Przewalski's Horse, List of extinct New Zealand animals, Crow, List of Corvus species, Takahe, South Island Takahe, List of extinct animals of Asia, Israel painted frog, Barbary Sheep, Extinction, List of extinct animals of South America, Plains Zebra, Caspian Tiger, Crotalus unicolor, IUCN Red List, El Hierro Giant Lizard, La Gomera Giant Lizard, Gallotia, Wild Horse, List of national parks of the Netherlands, Eersel, Cave Lion, Cape Lion, Yellow-shouldered Parrot, Lion, Panthera, Caucasian Wisent, Carpathian Wisent, White Rhinoceros, Bluebuck, Bos, Bos aegyptiacus, Zebu, Naturalis, Natura 2000, Sumatran Elephant, Sri Lankan Elephant, Pygmy Elephant, Konik, Habitats Directive, Elephas recki, Elephas, Elephas falconeri, Woolly Mammoth, Thick shelled river mussel, Golden Hamster, Toxandria, Moeritherium, Majorcan Hare, Saint Lucia Giant Rice-rat, Queen of Sheba's Gazelle, Constituent country, Functional extinction, List of extinct animals of the United States, Partula (goddess), Partula suturalis, Partula taeniata, Alcelaphinae, Common Tsessebe, Vessem, Tecopa pupfish, Ara (genus), Subspecies of Canis lupus, Canis, Sumatran Lar Gibbon, Wicker ancylid, Domed ancylid, Rhodacmea, Giant Vampire Bat, and more.

Wikimedia Commons[edit]

Peter also created and posted several images and photos at Wikimedia Commons. Peter's user page on Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Pmaas.

Languages[edit]

nl Deze gebruiker heeft het Nederlands als moedertaal.
en-2 This user can contribute with an intermediate level of English.

Peter is active on the Dutch and the English wikipedia. Peter's native language is Dutch, and Peter can speak and write English.

Traveling[edit]

One of the things Peter likes very much is traveling!

Countries visited (including the Netherlands)
Austria Belgium Bolivia Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark
Egypt France Germany Greece India Kenya Luxembourg
Mexico Netherlands Norway Peru Slovenia Portugal Spain
Switzerland Sweden Tanzania Thailand Turkey United States Zanzibar

Awards[edit]

Wildlife Barnstar (V5) Alt.png The Fauna Barnstar
You've done admirable work with Wikipedia:WikiProject Zoo since it's inception, and it wouldn't be anywhere near what it is without your invaluable work. Thanks for all you have done, and all I hope that you plan to do in the future. --knowpedia 02:34, 16 January 2007 (UTC)