Wedge tailed eagles - Percival Hill

To: Fleur r Leary <>, COG List <>
Subject: Wedge tailed eagles - Percival Hill
From: John Harris <>
Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2018 23:46:17 +0000
I see them almost daily from my back veranda, which faces west to Percival 
Hill. I think there must be some kind of updraft that WTE and  LE particularly 
enjoy because they often circle very high. Yes, when they come low , 
particularly when there are young about, the peewees and magpies etc give them 
a very hard time.

On 7/3/18, 10:35 am, "Fleur r Leary" <> wrote:

    Two wedge tailed eagles have been active over Percival Hill recently - I 
have seen them four times during the last week. This morning they are being 
bombarded by ravens and magpies.
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