An adult Pacific Baza arriving at a perch with grasshoppers for its two chicks at the nest a few metres away. I observed a number of times that the adult would tear off the head and the wings off the grasshopper before feeding it to the chick.
Adult Pacific Baza flying back with a grasshopper, to feed the two chicks in the nest.
WHITE-BELLIED SEA EAGLE CHICK IN THE NEST 1.11.09_02
ONE OF THE TWO RAISED SUCCESSFULY
EAGLE W-B SEA CHICKS 14 9 12_01
EAGLE W-B SEA CHICKS 14 9 12_02
EAGLE W-B SEA CHICKS 14 9 12_03
EAGLE W-B SEA CHICKS 31 8 12_01
EAGLE W-B SEA F A_02
EAGLE WHITE-BELLIED SEA JUVENILE B 01
IMAGE TAKEN MID MORNING ON A SWELTERING HOT DAY, WITH NO BREEZE AT ALL. THE YOUNG EAGLE WAS PANTING AWAY IN DISTRESS
EAGLE W-B SEA J C_05
EAGLE WHITE-BELLIED FIRST YEAR JUVENILE 01
EAGLE W-B SEA P A 02
THE FEMALE IS THE LARGER BIRD ON THE RIGHT, WITH THE DARKER BELLY
EAGLE W-B SEA_22
The White-bellied Sea Eagle perching near the nest, having just fed a swamphen to its chick. There is still bloody flesh on its beak.