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Dan Hirschowitz


Dan developed his love for the African bush whilst growing up on a family run farm in the Kwa-Zulu Natal midlands. Growing up in the bushveld he was surrounded by wildlife and finds his passion in what nature has to offer. After completing ...

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As a avid birder i love the blog. I still find it facinating that these migratory birds find their way using their inherent “GPS”.

Thank you Dan for this blog on the Walhberg eagles I love watching and studying birds.

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Nice job, Dan.

I really enjoy birds. Thanks for the interesting blog and the great photos of this eagle species.
It is amazing how these and other migratory birds return year after year to the same nests or the same area.

I really enjoyed this post with the stunning photos! Thanks Dan. ❤️🦅

I find it amazing that these and other migratory birds travel such great distances – south to breed, raise their chicks and then return to their other home to live comfortably for tge winter season. I have seen the Wahlberg eagle because it was pointed out to me, but as a non-birder I struggle to easily identify the eagles especially, because of their similarities. Thank you for this article!

I admire these birds for immigrating each year, fascinating to see them come back each year and breed and raise their chick just to leave and fly the long way back again.

Such a beautiful bird – and I loved the photo by Jacqui!

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