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  • On turning to Mr. Sharpe's description of the young male of this species in his catalogue of the Accipitres in the British Museum, it will be seen how many of the terms employed apply equally to our Eudynamis, even to the general words, 'deep brown above with a chocolate gloss, all the feathers of the upper surface broadly edged with rufous.' ...

    Birds of the Indian Hills

  • Of the Linoean order Accipitres, we only saw one, the Great Erne, or Cinereous Eagle (Falco Aibi - ciUa).

    Sporting Magazine


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