Not 100 percent sure due to the dark shadows but it looks like a Immature Dark Chanting Goshawk sittings perched high near the Shore side of Lake Nakuru. The Chanting Goshawk is a medium-sized raptor found in open woodlands and savannas of sub-Saharan Africa. It is named for its characteristic call, a series of high-pitched notes that sound like someone chanting “goshawk.” This goshawk is reddish brown above and barred below, with a black tail. It is the most common goshawk in Africa, and can be seen perched atop trees or soaring overhead. The Chanting Goshawk feeds on small mammals, birds, reptiles, and insects.