WB sea eagle feeding in roadkill?

To: Alex Kutt <>
Subject: WB sea eagle feeding in roadkill?
From: Bob Gosford <>
Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2016 01:07:34 +0000

I've seen WB-SEs on roadkill along the same stretch of the Roper Highway
(NT) just east of the Hodgson Downs turnoff.

Once in mid-2014 and again in early 2015. The Roper River is a kilometre or
two distant from the road at that point.


Bob Gosford

On 11 September 2016 at 07:04, Alex Kutt <>

> Last week I drove through Normanton twice for work and saw a WB Sea Eagle
> feeding on carrion (just near the Flinders River) on the roadside with
> Wedgies and Whistling Kites. Same location each time. It struck me as
> unusual. Any other observations of this feeding behaviour?
> Cheers, Alex
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