Unwanted wedge-tails

Subject: Unwanted wedge-tails
From: pardalote <>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 22:04:38 +1000
I recently discovered my grandma is having trouble with a family of wedge-tailed eagles.  She lives on a property in Gladstone, QLD.  About three weeks ago, three wedgies started to build an eyrie in a tree on an island in one of her dams.  They have preyed on two of her geese, forcing the other four to take shelter during the day.  Does anyone happen to know of a way to deal with these unwanted eagles, and stop them eating my grandma's animals?

Regards, Matthew.
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