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Marsh harrier


The marsh harriers are birds of prey of the harrier subfamily. They are medium-sized raptors and the largest and broadest-winged harriers. Most of them are associated with marshland and dense reedbeds. They are found almost worldwide, excluding only the Americas.(wikipedia)

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DonnaBollenbach 6 years ago

This is phenomenal! The snake appears to have a fish, and the raptor is after both I assume. Wonderful spot!

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Lat: 15.58, Long: 79.76

Spotted on Jan 27, 2013
Submitted on Jan 27, 2013

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