White-bellied Sea-eagle, Lake Burley Griffin

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Subject: White-bellied Sea-eagle, Lake Burley Griffin
From: Robin Hide <>
Date: Sun, 21 Jun 2009 10:39:57 +1000
Yesterday (Saturday) afternoon, c. 3.30pm, from the lake side of the Yarralumla Nursery peninsula, saw a White-bellied Sea-eagle climbing over the far side of Yarralumla Reach and disappearing towards Government House. Good flocks of King Parrots (10-20 birds) feeding on the ground in Weston Park.
Robin Hide

Chris Davey wrote:
I wonder where this bird is hanging out. It has been reported in the general area for at least three weeks now.

Chris Davey

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