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Verreaux's Eagle Owl chick

Birds of Prey

The Samburu complex has a wide variety of birds, including many species of raptors. On the left, there is a Verreaux's Eagle Owl Chick, showing the diagnostic feature of that species, the pink eyelids, which are kept into adulthood.
Below left, there is an Egyptian Vulture with a young Lappet-faced Vulture - the Little and Large of East African Vultures.
Below right is a young Martial Eagle.
At the bottom of the page are two pictures of Eastern Pale Chanting Goshawk. In the left-hand picture, the prey is a gamebird chick, and in the bottom-right image, the prey is an Unstriped Ground Squirrel - you can see its face.
More Samburu birds
Two vultures (16k)
Immature Martial Eagle (18k*)
The Eastern Pale Chanting-Goshawk is generally found east of the Rift Valley (15k*)
Eastern Pale Chanting-Goshawk, distinguished from the Dark Chanting-Goshawk by the yellow (not pink-ish) cere, and whiter rump and under-tail coverts. (24k*)
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