Wedge-tailed Eagles - North Turramurra

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Subject: Wedge-tailed Eagles - North Turramurra
From: Thomas Wilson <>
Date: Sun, 3 May 2015 16:16:31 +1000
Hi all
I had 2 Wedge-tailed Eagles very low over my house (Bobbin Head Rd, North 
Turramurra - about 3kms from the Ku-Rin-Gai Nat Park gates)  approx. 2:45pm 
this afternoon. Both were darker birds.  While I have seen eagles sporadically 
in the 17 years I have lived in the Turramurra area, this is my 6th sighting 
this year.  I was wondering if a pair had established a new territory in the 
south of the park or an existing pair has expanded their home range?  Whatever 
the reason, their presence is certainly not popular with the locals - Ravens, 
Magpies and Masked Lapwings all having a go at them as they cruised past.
Tom Wilson
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