Tawny Eagle

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary, Fl. U.S.A.)

Tawny or Vulture?

Tawny or Vulture?

Tawny or Vulture?
Taking off
In Flight

Here are some photos taken of one of the Tawny Eagles that we photographed on our latest trip to the Kalahari.

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Apr 28, 2016
by: Rick

I nearly always end up chopping the wings off so well done on getting the full wing span in!

Apr 27, 2016
Good colour
by: Jenny

Nice pics and such good colour- I love photographing the eagles, it is always a challenge to get good pics of them.

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