Tuesday, 26 January 2016

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY - Eagles in Malawi

This week, I am finally coming to the end of my photographs that I took on my trip to Malawi in 2014.  Below is the Fish Eagle and the Brown Snake Eagle.






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23 comments:

  1. I love birds of prey - I just dont seem to see as many as other people! Never seen either of these,

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  2. These birds are amazing! Wonderful photos!

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  3. Hello, that delicious beauty shows us nature, care for her that we like it, trees, birds, clay, but also weed... We do not allow it to wilt. A very cordial greeting

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  4. I will be sorry when your Malawi photos have finished. I also have never seen either eagles, and never even heard of the Brown Snake Eagle.

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  5. Both fearsome looking predators and the snakes should be worried as the Brown snake eagle has a very evil eye! Great photos!

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  6. how exciting to be that close, great captures!!!!

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  7. These are great eagle and hawk photos. Always enjoy seeing large raptors. That's a real treat.

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  8. Oh, wow, that fish eagle is really handsome...the snake eagle does not look as big. I need to look it up and see....

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  9. Fun! I look forward to the 1015 Malawi photos.

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  10. Great photos of magnificent birds.

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  11. Interesting eagle shots. I like all the white on the Fish Eagle.

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  12. Very much like our Brahminy Kite here in Australia.

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    1. Ahis African Fish Eagle is 63–75 cm, a lot larger than the Brahminy Kite of (43-51cm) in length.

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  13. Hello Margaret, awesome shots and sightings of the Eagles. Enjoy your day!

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  14. Great sightings! Love the beak on that fish eagle!

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  15. Two great birds to end your Malawi trip Margaret. Enjoy your week.

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  16. Beautiful birds,thanks for sharing,phyllis

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  17. Eagles are wonderful:) Looks like a stunner!

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