The White-bellied Sea Eagles I see over the house are usually full adults. I recently saw a third and that was also an adult. This afternoon a third appeared again and this time in a different plumage. I am presuming this is a sub-adult bird. I wonder if it is looking for its own territory. The primaries are not fully black at least on 1-6 and even P7 has some vestigial white at the base. At least one of the secondaries is predominantly white on the right under-wing. I will keep an eye out and see if it returns. As a bonus this bird was sitting on the roof of a house next to our compound. Blue Rock Thrush is quite regular here and always welcome. I would appreciate a better shot without the light behind though. Not much to ask. is it?