Juvenile Brahminy Kite soars over the pond. The adult will have mostly white head and neck plumage.
I believe this is the largest of Thailand's domestic raptors, with a wingspan somewhere in the 1.5 - 1.8 metres range.
Brahminy Kites are common throughout South Asia, and even in many coastal areas of Australia [where the bird is called Red-backed Sea-Eagle].
Several of these impressive boids seem to regard The Village as their home territory.
My challenge is to get a good picture of a Brahminy Kite in flight over the Village.
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