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 at Speke's Bay, Mwiba and Yaida Valley. More juveniles and immatures are included in the slideshow; click the photo above to see 29 enlargements including a nest, juveniles, immatures and flight.
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Last Update this page: 2-04-24