Thank you in advance.
The one flying is an eagle, right? However, I don't know what exact type it is. As well as the duck, it doesn't seem like a regular one to me. I'm just really not that good with identifying some species, honestly speaking.
Thank you Mark Much appreciated.
The eagle is an adult Eastern Imperial - very contrasty neck shawl and white undertail coverts. The duck is a Mallard - blue speculum with thin white bar.
I'd suggest juvenile Bonelli's Eagle rather than EIE for the first, based on tail length & fine barring.
The wader is a Green Sandpiper and the first duck a Shoveler (bill surely too long for anything else?). The second duck is possibly Gadwall based on head/bill shape.
I don't think the second last eagle is identifiable with confidence but does appear to have a pale crown & neck shawl, so possibly either Golden or adult EIE. The final image shows a GSE & young Lappet.
@Mark Smiles Thank you much appreciated. I will check if we have any additional images of the Golden/EIE. Best regards Greg
Do you have any other pics of the second duck, too? Looking at it on a larger screen, I think it could be aTeal.
@Mark Smiles Hope these images help with further identification
Good morning sir!
In the first photo its an Eastern Imperial Eagle.
In the last one in the right side Lappet-faced Vulture.
Thank you for the clarification. Appreciate it.