The Grand Journey. Part 5-Where the Eagles Fly

 

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During my time in Africa  I saw over 100 species of birds. Among the most impressive were the eagles, the great hunters of the skies. This Martial Eagle to the left is one of the residents of the Okavango Delta and it has a wingspan reaching over six feet. But while there, I also saw the African Fish Eagle, the multicolored Bateleur, the Tawny Eagle, and two kinds of Snake Eagles—the Black Crested and the Brown. During my short flights in and out of the Delta I got to fly like an eagle on a trusty bush plane. Here is their backyard…

 

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