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Thursday, September 14, 2006

A tribute to our silent BERG Members

“ They appear unexpectedly as from nowhere, their un mistakenly wing-plan form tells you that they are indeed Black Eagles.

Then with a twitch of their wing tip feathers and a twist of the tails they start circling.

Climbing slowly at first and then faster as the upward air stream grows stronger until you can hardly see them with the naked eye.

At once they trim their wings, straighten their direction and disappear with great speed out of sight.

Another hunting sortie has begun …… “

The Black Eagles of Roodekrans

Tulanie (The Shy one) and

Emoyenie (Upon the Wind).

At Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden

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