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  1. Suspicious Cooper's Hawk

    Suspicious Cooper's Hawk

    This Cooper's Hawk was calling and calling in the distance before he swooped to a nearby snag, stared at us suspiciously, and continued his calling
  2. Eurasian Sparrowhawk

    Eurasian Sparrowhawk

  3. Brahminy Kite / Red-backed Sea-Eagle

    Brahminy Kite / Red-backed Sea-Eagle

    A Brahminy Kite enjoys his catch of fish in a tree at Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia
  4. Shikra | Accipiter badius)

    Shikra | Accipiter badius)

  5. Harpy Eagle, young

    Harpy Eagle, young

  6. Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle

    Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle

  7. Rufous-thighed Kite

    Rufous-thighed Kite

  8. Long-winged Harrier

    Long-winged Harrier

    I guess it's a juvenile.
  9. Hook-billed Kite

    Hook-billed Kite

    In a dark morpho.
  10. Plumbeous Kite

    Plumbeous Kite

  11. Shikra

    Shikra

    Male. Lovely eyes this one has. The moment he arrived, all other birds left the garden.
  12. White-eyed Buzzard

    White-eyed Buzzard

    A juvenile.
  13. Crested Serpent Eagle

    Crested Serpent Eagle

    This was a big eagle. Very confident. Was attentive to other animals giving alarm calls as Tigers were on the move.
  14. Shikra - juvenile

    Shikra - juvenile

    This youngster has been doing the rounds of the campus.
  15. White-eyed Buzzard

    White-eyed Buzzard

    Always alert, these Buzzards are. Quite a stern visage too.
  16. Montagu's Harrier Male

    Montagu's Harrier Male

    Striking sexual dimorphism one sees in this species.
  17. Montagu's Harrier- female juvenile

    Montagu's Harrier- female juvenile

    Watching Harriers in Tal Chappar Wild Life Sanctuary can be fun. This youngster allowed us to shoot to our heart's content.
  18. Snail Kite

    Snail Kite

    Female in flight.
  19. White-tailed Kite

    White-tailed Kite

    A juvenile kite.
  20. Shikra

    Shikra

    A young one- whether it can be called juvenile or immature... I am not sure. Some help will be appreciated.
  21. Short-tailed Hawk

    Short-tailed Hawk

    Juvenile in light morph.
  22. Eurasian Griffon

    Eurasian Griffon

    Huge fellas. They sure love their carrion.
  23. Eurasian Griffon

    Eurasian Griffon

    a juvenile?
  24. Egyptian Vulture

    Egyptian Vulture

    An adult, basking...
  25. Rushing for prey.

    Rushing for prey.

    A Short-toed Snake-eagle is thrown to catch a snake.
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