White-bellied Sea Eage killing carps in Lake Burley

Subject: White-bellied Sea Eage killing carps in Lake Burley
From: Jochen Brocks <>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 18:28:40 +1000
For Everyone who has in this moment a view on Lake Burley, is this HUGE black and white bird catching carp in the distance a White-bellied Sea Eagle? Has anyone else seen this today?


Jochen J. Brocks
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