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Nine raptor species, including the giant scops owl, Mindanao lowland owl, Pinsker's hawk-eagle, Philippine serpent eagle, brahminy kite, grey-headed fishing eagle, white-bellied sea eagle and the Philippine eagle 'Sinag,' saw action during the launching on Saturday, doing the flight demonstration.
INS Kohassa has been named after a White-Bellied Sea Eagle, which is a large bird of prey endemic to Andaman and Nicobar Islands (ANI).
INS Kohassa has been named after a White-Bellied Sea Eagle, which is a large bird of prey, endemic to Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
The event will be highlighted by the introduction of 'Hero,' a white-bellied sea eagle on loan from the DENR-BMB.
For wildlife enthusiasts, the Nagarhole forest is perfect to spot the tiger, elephant, deer, malabar squirrel, crocodile and more besides a remarkable array of unusual birds like ospray, grey-headed fish eagle, white-bellied sea eagle, Malabar trongon can also be spotted here.
Black-capped bulbul, white-bellied sea eagle, tawny-bellied babblers, dark-fronted babblers and kingfishers were just some of the birds we spotted.
In a move welcomed by conservation groups, the state government bought 10 parcels of land on the peninsula to help protect rare and endangered wildlife, including the white-bellied sea eagle, osprey and Australian sea lion.
The parent white-bellied sea eagle had scooped the dead fish off a beach at Forster in New South Wales, Australia.
Sighted were the Philippine hawk eagle, osprey, brahminy kite, crested serpent eagle, white-bellied sea eagle, rufous-bellied eagle, black-shouldered kite, oriental honey buzzard, barred honey buzzard, Philippine falconet and falcon.
To quote the resident naturalist at the Datai: "Langkawi is an eco-gem - a sanctuary for wildlife, especially birds." His mission is to preserve this sanctuary and he is delighted to invite visitors to follow his unobtrusive trails through the rainforest and discover the rare white-bellied sea eagle, the Brahminy Kite, the Peregrine Falcon, the crested Goshawk and many species of owls, cuckoos, kingfishers, bulbuls and hornbills.