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Greater Spotted Eagle

Aquila clanga


A medium-sized eagle. As a juvenile, its plumage is covered by white spots, which by the time it turns into an adult fade leaving dark brown feathers.


Lowland forests near wetlands. It nests in tall trees and hunts in swaps and wet meadows. During migration and in winter, it visits deserts, shrubland, wetlands, mangroves, places with shallow water.

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Liam 9 years ago
Greater Spotted Eagle
Aquila clanga Greater Spotted Eagle

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YorkieSutaryo 9 years ago

Thanks Liam :D

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日野市 (Hino), 関東 (Kanto Region), Japan

Spotted on Jan 31, 2012
Submitted on Feb 4, 2012

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