Sea Eagles at Homebush Bay - Sydney

Subject: Sea Eagles at Homebush Bay - Sydney
From: "simon hayes" <>
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 19:16:50 +1000
Hi All,

We all know of the unfortunate tale of the (hopeful, but unsuccessful) breeding Sea Eagles at Homebush that Mysteriously passed away last year. It is my understanding that the "powers to be" were unable to determine the cause of death. But on a positive note, I visited the site yesterday with Paul Johnstone and a new pair of Sea-eagles have taken up the roost of the late sea-eagles. Paul and I watched as the new pair caught fish and roosted in the same mangrove (nesting platform) as the previous WBSE's on the Parramatta River.

Here's hoping that this pair maybe more successful.

Simon Hayes

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