Grey headed fish eagle habitat
This raptor can be easily found in somewhat larger water bodies such as lakes, rivers, swamps etc for fishes. And hence, the name. It also feeds on reptiles and minuscule mammals as well.
This image was taken in one of the buffer zones in Tadoba.
The grey-headed fish eagle is a bird of prey. Like all eagles, it is in the family Accipitridae.
The grey-headed fish eagle is a largish stocky raptor at about 70–75 cm in length. Adults have dark brown wings and back, a grey head and reddish brown breast. The lower belly, thighs and tail are white, the latter having a black terminal band. Sexes are similar, but young birds have a pale buff head, underparts and underwing, all with darker streaking.
The grey-headed fish eagle.. more