Western Banded Snake-eagle
Circaetus cinerascens
Home Alphabetical Maps Taxonomic Links/Resources


      

      

      

 
The western banded snake-eagle is an uncommonly seen resident of forest and forest edge, especially in wetter areas. The bird in flight was seen in Ruaha (8-13). The left 2nd row immature was seen in Selous (8-10), courtesy of Dominic Oldridge; the right 2nd row, on Rubondo Island (11-12), courtesy of Paul Oliver. The bird on the electricity pylon was in Bukoba (4-11), courtesy of Steve Clark; the right 3rd row bird , at TPC-Moshi (12-09, courtesy of Anabel Harries; click it to see six enlargements.
 
Last page

Next Alphabetical

Next Taxonomic
  

  
 

_______________________________________________________

All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-16 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Dominic Oldridge, Steve Clark, Paul Oliver, Anabel Harries, Per Holmen

Last Update this page: 12-02-16