Wedge-tailed Eagles

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Subject: Wedge-tailed Eagles
From: Mark Clayton <>
Date: Sat, 4 Jul 2015 02:18:40 +0000

I think everyone is missing the blindingly obvious reason why people are seeing so many Wedge-tailed eagles of late – it is close to their breeding season and the birds are setting up their territories. Most eagles locally will be on eggs in August so now is the time to mark out your territory, and if you don’t already have a mate, to find one. There are enough reference books on the local birds to have checked this out. I’m not too sure about this using the wind theory although I’m sure they do use it at times.



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