verreauxs eagle


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  • Location: Selati Game Reserve, South Africa
  • Source: Selati Wilderness Foundation
  • Info: Live streaming Verreaux's eagle webcam in Selati Game Reserve in South Africa. Selati Game Reserve have installes the Verreaux’s eagle nest webcam to document the breeding cycle, from nest preparation, through hatching, to the fledgling’s inaugural flight, with minimal disturbance to the birds.

    Visit SELATI'S VERREAUX'S EAGLE PROJECT for more information and to make a donation to the project.

More info: Selati Game Reserve is a 28 000 hectare reserve set in the heart of Limpopo Province in South Africa. As well as being home to the Big Five, Selati has special species such as sable antelope and black rhino as well as a unique population of Lillie Cycads which grow nowhere else in the world.

Selati Game Reserve takes its name from the Selati River which arises in the Wolkberg Mountains and heads east to cut through the reserve before meeting the Olifants River. Balule Nature Reserve which is part of the Greater Kruger National Park, lies just 6kms from Selati.

Over 50 mammal species are present on Selati including rare species of Sharpes grysbok, mountain reedbuck, pangolin, brown hyena and Cape clawless otter. More than 315 species of birds have been identified which as well as the Verreaux’s eagle include Arnot’s chat and thick billed cuckoo. There is also an established vulture feeding station.

Additional information:
Verreaux's Eagle by the Peregrine Fund -
Verreaux's Eagle - South African National Biodiversity Institute -
Eagles by PBS Nature -