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bateleur eagle

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bateleur

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(Animals) an African crested bird of prey, Terathopius ecaudatus, with a short tail and long wings: subfamily Circaetinae, family Accipitridae (hawks, etc)
[C19: from French bateleur juggler]
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The croc and hippo-filled wetlands of Lake Ihema in the south of the park are a bird lover's paradise - we saw fish eagles, darters, kingfishers, herons, storks, a soaring bateleur eagle, circling vultures and lilac-breasted rollers.
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These birds are possibly based on the Bateleur eagle or maybe a vulture species and might have had something to do with a religious society or indicative of a totem animal for the ruling people at the time.
Rarer species like the Northern Ground-hornbill, Bucorvus abyssinicus, was the least ranked on the SAD curve in the grassland (n = 4, dry season), while Bateleur, Terathopius ecaudatus (n =1), and Wooly-necked stock, Ciconia episcopus (n =1), with a conservation status of near threatened (NT) and vulnerable (VU), respectively, were the least ranked in the woodland and shrubland habitats, in the wet season (Figure 3, Appendix 1).
I HAD an unusual call this week from the local bird of prey centre which had a bateleur eagle with a watery eye.
But as Mr Ashcroft packed up his display at the end of the festival, two of the birds - a grey owl and bateleur eagle - were stolen from the back of his van.
But as Mr Ashcroft packed up his display on Sunday, two of the birds - a grey owl and bateleur eagle - were stolen from the back of his van.
An adult captive male bateleur eagle (Terathopius ecaudatus) estimated to be 32 years old and weighing 2.4 kg was presented for evaluation of left hindlimb lameness.