Evidence of Yellow-billed Kites Milvus eagyptius fishing during the barbel run in the Okavango pan-handle, Botswana
A Yellow-billed Kite was photographed swooping low over the open surface of the pan-handle waters and throwing its feet forward to seize a fish in its talons, and subsequently eating the caught fish in the air.
HUMPHREY, Glynis; SAFFAREK, Luke.
Evidence of Yellow-billed Kites Milvus eagyptius fishing during the barbel run in the Okavango pan-handle, Botswana.
Biodiversity Observations, [S.l.], p. 27 - 30, may 2013.
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