White-breasted Sea-Eagles at Mount Isa

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Subject: White-breasted Sea-Eagles at Mount Isa
From: "Bob Forsyth" <>
Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2001 17:20:59 +1000
G'day again,
I forgot to mention in my Osprey note, that yesterday when showing Bill and Del Saunders (from Port Macquarie, NSW) a few birding spots around the western bays of Lake Moondarra we disturbed a pair of Sea-eagles at their nest (huge) site.
Both birds flew around above the tree canopy with one bird emitting a loud distressing call.
I tried to hide and see them return to the nest but they maintained their overhead vigil so we left them to this rarely visited part of the lake.
Regards, Bob Forsyth, Mount Isa (by the sea ?), NW Qld.
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