Scientific Name: Hieraaetus pennatus Common Name: Booted Eagle
Identifying Features: brown upper parts, white breast, yellow feet, black claws
- This is a species of wooded, often hilly countryside with some open areas, it breeds in rocky, broken terrain but migrants will use almost any type of habitat other than dense forest.
- The female incubates the egg for around 45 days and is fed by the male, after hatching she guards the nest and the young while the male provides all the food.
This image was clicked by Imran Shah – via Flickr.
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