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The eagle has no fear of adversity. We need to be like the eagle and have a fearless spirit of a conqueror!

Black Kite | Milvus Migrans

Balcony Birding: Black Kite with food (2020)

Eagles come in all shapes and sizes, but you will recognize them chiefly by their attitudes.

Oriental Honey-Buzzard | Pernis Ptilorhynchus

Oriental Honey Buzzard @ Sanjay Van (Jan 2021)

May you soar on eagle wings, high above the madness of the world.

Crested Serpent-Eagle | Spilornis Cheela

Crested Serpent Eagle @ Sattal (2009)

Don’t be a parrot in life, be an eagle. A parrot talks way to much but can’t fly high but an eagle is silent and has the will power to touch the sky.

Bonelli’s Eagle | Aquila Fasciata

Bonelli’s Eagle @ Sanjay Van (Jan 2021)

Don’t be afraid of being outnumbered. Eagles fly alone. Pigeons flock together.

Shikra Juvenile | Accipiter Badius

Balcony Birding: Shikra Juvenile (2020)

In the eagle there is all the wisdom of the world.

Shikra | Accipiter Badius

Balcony Birding: The first time I saw a Shikra (2020)

All birds find shelter during a rain. But the eagles avoid the rain by flying above the clouds. Problems are common, but the attitude to solve it makes all the difference.

Black Kite | Milvus Migrans

Balcony Birding: Black Kite (2020)

An eagle earns its honor from the storms it endures.

Oriental Honey-Buzzard | Pernis Ptilorhynchus

Balcony Birding: Oriental Honey Buzzard (2021)

The sky’s dangers offer the eagle more opportunities than the nest’s comfort.

Black-Shouldered Kite | Elanus Axillaris

Black Shouldered Kite @ ABP, Gurugram

Calm skies don’t make skillful eagles.

Greater Spotted Eagle | Clanga Clanga

Balcony Birding: Great Spotted Eagle along with Black Kite (2020)

Do watch out for the next post on another species from my #BalconyBirdingList

Posts shared so far on:
1. Rosy Starlings
2. Alexandrine Parakeet
3. Rose-Ringed Parakeet

4. Plum Headed Parakeet
5. Indian Spot-Billed Duck
6. Yellow-Footed Green Pigeon
7. Black-Winged Stilt
8. Indian Peafowl
9. Indian Purple Sunbird
10. Green Bee-Eater
11. Indian Silverbill
12. Black-Headed Ibis
13. Red-Naped Ibis
14. Glossy Ibis
15. Little Swift
16. Red-Wattled Lapwing
17. Wire-Tailed Swallow
18. Great Cormorant

19. Black-Rumped Flameback
20. Black Kite
21. Shikra
22. Oriental Honey Buzzard
23. Greater Spotted Eagle

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The Soul Is Here For It’s Own Joy!
Monika Ohson | TravelerInMe

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20 responses »

  1. Pingback: The Weekly Smile Recap for 1/11 – 1/17/2021 | Trent's World (the Blog)

  2. Wow! Again some amazing photos!
    May I have the permission to use one of them for the Fiction Monday game? It’s about ‘fly’!
    The world looks different from above! I really can not understand why people think only from the level of the ground, instead of changing the perspective a little bit! 😦

    Thank you Monika, for this new post full of freedom!
    Happy WW and more discoveries from your magical balcony! ❤

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