Black-chested Snake-eagle
Circaetus pectoralis
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The black-chested snake-eagle is widespread and common, usually in bushed or treed grassland. These birds were seen in Tarangire 2-13) and Yaeda Valley (10-06). Juveniles and immatures are included in the slideshow; click the photo above to see the slideshow.
 
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Last Update this page: 6-02-17