Well no reason why it wouldn't be the same bird.
This one I saw was so pale that the first specific thing I noticed about it, (I
was hanging out washing then went inside to grab binoculars fortunately it was
flying towards me and the binoculars were close and it stopped flying in a
straight line when it got overhead and started circling), .... was that it
appeared to have a white rump, at least the edges, as visible from below.
Quickly after it was obvious that the shape and the markings were typical
of a very pale Little Eagle. Where you are is only a few minutes flying
time for an Eagle from me, with plenty of suitable stop off points in
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