Description The African Fish Eagle is unmistakable with it's white head, throat and tail, chestnut belly and underwing coverts, and black flight feathers. In flight it appears as a large, broad-winged eagle with a short tail. It usually hunts from a perch and may call either from a perch or on the wing, throwing its head back as it does so; its evocative cry is probably the best known of any African bird. It is endemic to Lake Malawi.
Margaret Westrop, Zomba Plateau Member Since November 2009 Artist Statement Margaret is a child of Africa having been born in Kenya and lived in Malawi, Zimbabwe and South Africa. Photography is more than a passion, it is an emotion. The closer to nature, the more alive she feels. The beauty and diversity of nature is portrayed through her images.