Midday at Jerra W

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Subject: Midday at Jerra W
From: "Geoffrey Dabb" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 15:03:14 +1000

Quite a few reports of sea-eagles lately.  A pair were in a dead tree by the silt trap at midday, snapped here from the other side against the backdrop of light-industrial Fyshwick.  The bird on the right was having a fish lunch, shown as a take-away when it flew off, perhaps to that little-visited stretch of the Molonglo between Fyshwick and Queanbeyan.  The other bird was possibly a female by size and a first immature going by the blotchy wings and lack of solid black on the base of the tail.


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