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|A trait of the White-Bellied Sea Eagle i notice is that it tends to perch on a tall tree near the water edge and swoop down onto the water to sink its talons into the fish (or even terrapins, frogs and rats!)|
However, when that's not possible, it will circle in the air and scout for a suitable target before diving down again.
This shot was taken while it's circling, looking for prey. It was overcast, which is perfect to prevent the white feathers from "blowing out".
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hello Wei lim
very good picture
i like the bird