Display time for eagles.

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Subject: Display time for eagles.
From: Philip Veerman <>
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2023 11:05:28 +0000

This isn’t mentioned for being unusual, as it isn’t, but it is nice. Yesterday at about mid day I did the first part of the walk Kambah Pool towards red rocks track. There were 2 Wedge-tailed Eagles flying together and one or both were doing the high diving and then flying up, display. This was over Bullen Range. At one time one or both briefly perched in the tallest tree on the ridge.  I think there was another one or two eagles flying nearby but hard to be sure as they were each flying across the horizon,  




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