Ruffled feathers of a juvenile eagle

With the lightness of a drifting Dandelion seed, the juvenile Verreaux’s Eagle soared below us, for a brief moment admitting us into it’s new aerial domain. We had been sitting on the top of a Karoo Koppie, a domed hill tetering over a vast pancake flat plain that stretched to the south. It is our final ten days of monitoring on a potential wind farm … Continue reading Ruffled feathers of a juvenile eagle