Birds of prey

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Yellow-billed-kite in Africa

The Yellow-billed Kite is the Afrotropic  counterpart of the Black Kite  of which it is most often considered a subspecies. However, recent DNA studies suggest that the Yellow-billed Kite differs si
Lappet Faced Vulture in Africa

The Lappet-faced Vulture or Nubian Vulture (Torgos tracheliotos) is a mostly African Old World vulture belonging to the bird order Accipitriformes which also includes eagles, kites, buzzards and hawks
Tagged Vulture in Africa

Vulture, is one of the among large bird of prey  whereby common feeds mainly on carrion (decaying flesh) and has a featherless head. There are about 15 species of Old World vultures, which belong to
Augur_Buzzard in Africa

The Augur Buzzard is a 55–60 cm long African bird of prey. The taxonomy on this species is confusing, with some taxonomists considering this species, the Jackal Buzzard, and the Archer’s Buzz
Bateleu in Africa

The Bateleur eagle is the most famous of the snake eagles. Its pitch black feathers with white under the wings, bright red face and legs and black beak are characteristic markings. The female Bateleur
Fish Eagle in Africa

The African Fish Eagle’s closest relative appears to be the critically endangered Madagascar Fish Eagle. Like all sea eagle species pairs, this one consists of a white-headed species (the Africa
Eagle in African Safari Style

Verreaux’s eagle – Africa’s second-largest raptor is Verreaux’s eagle, whose black feathering is offset by yellow beak and legs, and a distinctive white ‘V’ on its back. Associated