Trips Around Africa

Fish Eagle Grabs Friend’s Catch

Fish Eagle Grabs Friend’s Catch

There might be such a thing as a free lunch after all! Fish Eagle tries to grab friend’s catch from his claws as they hunt on African river. By Poppy Danby forĀ MailOnline – The Daily Mail This is the dramatic moment a sneaky eagle crept up on another bird in a bid to steal its fish supper. The lucky African Fish Eagle was on the hunt for food when it…

Saddle-billed Stork in the Okavango Delta

Saddle-billed Stork in the Okavango Delta

Endangered due to diminishing wetlands and suitable habitat! But in the Okavango Delta these beautiful birds are found in good numbers. They are the tallest of all storks, mate for life and both share in incubating the eggs (30 days – 35 days). The main distinguishing difference between male and female are the bright yellow wattles hanging on each side of the face of the male. The female has no…