Wedge-tailed Eagle

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Subject: Wedge-tailed Eagle
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Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2019 22:53:34 +0000

We lost one of our resident pair of Wedge-tailed Eagles last week.  It was found floating in Lake Jerrabomberra 50 metres from our house.  Apparently it was struck by a Tiger Air plane (damaged the nose cone of the plane). A sad loss as the pair had been around here and regularly nest on Mt Jerrabomberra for many years.




Lindsay Hansch

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