birding-aus Wedge-tailed Eagles near Melbourne

Subject: birding-aus Wedge-tailed Eagles near Melbourne
From: "Martin O'Brien"<>
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 1999 11:06:16 +1000

Further to the posting on eagles last week - a comment on Wedge-tailed
Eagles near Keilor from the Ranger managing the Organ Pipes National Park
north-west of Melbourne.

Martin O'Brien
---------------------- Forwarded by Martin O'Brien/NRE on 02/03/99 10:59

 on 02/03/99 09:31:30

cc:    (bcc: Martin O'Brien/NRE)
Subject:  RE: Wedge-tailed Eagles

Hi Martin
Thanks for passing on the comments about the Wedge-tailed Eagles.   There
has been a family of them feeding in the park for a number of years.   They
used to nest in the SEC pylons on the west side of the park.  We are not
sure where they nest now but it is upstream along Jacksons Creek towards
Sunbury.   I have seen up to 5 WTE in the park at one time and they are
a lot between October and March.

Feel free to put this on the birding-aus chatlist.
Fiona Smith
Parks Victoria

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