Definition of Tawny eagle
1. Noun. Brownish eagle of Africa and parts of Asia.
Generic synonyms: Bird Of Jove, Eagle
Group relationships: Aquila, Genus Aquila
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Literary usage of Tawny eagle
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1. On Safari: Big Game Hunting in British East Africa with Studies in Bird Live by Abel Chapman (1908)
"While off-skinning the second, a tawny eagle (Aq. rapax) joined the throng of assembling vultures ... I noticed a single vulture which with its tawny eagle. ..."
2. The Royal Gallery of Poetry and Art: An Illustrated Book of the Favorite by Nathan David Thompson (1886)
"THE EAGLE. i tawny Eagle seats his callow brood High on the cliff, aud feasts his youug with blood : On Snowdon's rocks, or Orkney's wide domain. ..."
3. Feathered Favourites: Twelve Coloured Pictures of British Birds by Joseph Wolf (1854)
"Now the chain is o'er thee cast: From thy heart the blood flows fast, —Woe for gifted souls and high ! Is not such their destiny ? BARBAULD. HE tawny Eagle ..."
4. Wild Spain (España Agreste): Records of Sport with Rifle, Rod, and Gun by Abel Chapman, Walter John Buck (1893)
"The grounds for this opinion are that the bird -we consider to be the tawny eagle is of different type and build, besides being of a darker and richer ..."
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