|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [French]|
|Imperial Eagle (Aquilua heliaca) can be found throughout southern Europe, from Greece to southern Russia. Here it can be found as far south as a line drawn from Cyprus to northwest India, and as far east as Central Siberia. It can also be found sparsely in Spain. In winter it migrates to northeast Africa (from Egypt to Kenya), India, and southeast China (Channing 2000).|
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Fantástica la foto. No me gustaría ser el conejo que está debajo.
- [2006-12-10 10:29]
Great shot of a majestic bird.
The head a little bit out of focus but it was a difficult shot and you did well.
Isn't this a tame bird? I have the feeling that it has a harness on its feet because of the weird looking spot at its right wingtip.
Hello Robi , absolutely excellent photo of this Imperial Eagle , Thanks .
amazing captue, pity it is not focused enough, TFS Ori
What a capture of aerobactics of Imperial Eagle. Excellent timing, focus & details of the diving manoevour. TFS