Okay, I am bringing you food, just stop crying!
A female Pallas’s Fish Eagle with her nestling crying constantly for food. When the juvenile cries constantly for food, the parent eventually preens itself well, shits and then takes off for scanning the area for fishes. They form a clade with the Bald Eagle, Stellar’s Sea Eagle and the White-tailed Eagle. Pallas’s Fish Eagles are dark brown from above with a pale brown-gray head and neck and a brown underside. The long and rounded tail is black with a thick white band. The wings and neck are long, which makes the head appear small compared to their body size. The eyes are brown, the cere and beak are gray, and the feet are a dull white. Juveniles are brown from above and below with white markings on the underwing. As indicated by their name, the diet of Pallas’s Fish Eagles is mostly fish, which they catch close to surface of the water. They also eat birds and nestlings, mammals, reptiles, and carrion.