Indian Black Eagle

Eagle is one of the largest species of bird of prey. They prey consist of small mammals and bird up to as large as wolf in some case...

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Indian Black Eagle

Postby Tanin » Mon Jan 29, 2007 12:45 pm

Hi Bobby

I am sorry. i didn't bring any camera when I visit the Zoo, so didn't have the photo of the eagle in the Zoo.

However, if you want to see their photo, I found this in the net:

http://thejunglelook.com/gallery2/main. ... temId=3243


Is it avaiable at your place?
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Re: Indian Black Eagle

Postby Java Falconer » Tue Jan 30, 2007 3:34 am

Tanin wrote:Hi Bobby

I am sorry. i didn't bring any camera when I visit the Zoo, so didn't have the photo of the eagle in the Zoo.

However, if you want to see their photo, I found this in the net:

http://thejunglelook.com/gallery2/main. ... temId=3243


Is it avaiable at your place?


No worries mate.

Yep, they are available. It's just that hard to find. I'm thinking of training one in the future. Thanks for the link Tanin!
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Re: Indian Black Eagle

Postby Tanin » Tue Jan 30, 2007 3:52 am

Chinchilla Silver wrote:
Tanin wrote:Hi Bobby

I am sorry. i didn't bring any camera when I visit the Zoo, so didn't have the photo of the eagle in the Zoo.

However, if you want to see their photo, I found this in the net:

http://thejunglelook.com/gallery2/main. ... temId=3243


Is it avaiable at your place?


No worries mate.

Yep, they are available. It's just that hard to find. I'm thinking of training one in the future. Thanks for the link Tanin!


Great if you can get them and train them... from my observation they are abit larger compared to changeable... (but that maybe the one in the zoo) :D
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Postby Java Falconer » Wed Jan 31, 2007 1:03 pm

Looks like they're bigger, but HawkEagle mentioned that CHE is better for hunting partner. I don't know, somehow I like IBE better :D
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Postby Tanin » Mon Feb 05, 2007 4:19 am

Based on the information that I get, Black eagle will have longer talon but it is kind of straight... which is suitable for taking baby bird from their nest...

I think the reason why hawkeagle mention that he like CHE more because CHE will take more variety of prey and of course their flying style.

p/s: I just watch some video in youtube about hunting bird... I just realise that for people which intent to hunt with the raptors, they will prefer bird and can go directly to the prey (maybe not all but seem like many like this type of flying) ... some species will hover before taking their prey (like black shouldered kite) and this kind of flying is not very nice for falconry.
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