Juvenile White-bellied Sea Eagle

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Mike Tan a.k.a. woof came across a pair of juvenile White-bellied Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster) siblings in Seletar in Spetember 2009. The pair was acting like waders, standing in the shallow water of a marshy area. It is a puzzle why the pair was standing in the pool. However, they soon took off to perch on the branch of a nearby tree.

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3 Responses

  1. Jon

    The birds are cooling off. The feet are the conductors. I see this at the bird park and also at the Changi Cove site.

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