This is a gruesome scene from my latest trip to Oman in mid-February, a juvenile Eastern Imperial Eagle feeding on a juvenile Steppe Eagle with two other Steppe Eagles watching. I don’t know whether the Imperial had killed the Steppe or not, but I have found several dead eagles in this area before, but they have all been intact without traces of scavenging. There are hundreds of eagles in this area (on 6th of Feb our Finnish group counted 800 Steppe, Imperial and Greater Spotted Eagles from one spot, all visible at the same time!) and they are usually well-fed. About half an hour before, I had noticed an Imperial stooping vertically with folded wings from great height towards the site, but before touching ground it disappeared behind a ridge. Two hours after this picture was taken there were 7 immature Imperials congregated around the carcass, but very little left to eat. Oman, Salalah, Feb 10th, 2014.