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White-bellied Sea-Eagle nest 1 July-December 2017

1 July 2017

I visited the nest at 4:19 pm for 30 minutes, but did not see the sea-eagles.

17 July 2017

I arrived about 10 minutes before sunset (4:58 pm). 598 more words

Kimberley Jane Pryor

Wonderful Whale Watching

More than 60% of the world’s whale population can be found in Australian waters, and each year between May and October, thousands of whales make an annual journey from frigid Antarctica to give birth and raise calves in the (relatively) warmer waters off the coast of Australia. 669 more words

Outings

White-bellied Sea-Eagle nest 2 2017

Monday 24 April 2017

I went to visit nest 2 for the first time in 2017. When I crossed onto the grassland adjacent to the nest tree, I was met with a most horrific sight. 604 more words

Kimberley Jane Pryor

White-bellied Sea-Eagle nest 1 January-June 2017

Tuesday 10 January 2017

I haven’t been to Nest 1 for a long time but decided today to see how the development is progressing. The sloping land now has kerbed bitumen roads that I can drive along. 828 more words

Kimberley Jane Pryor

White-bellied Sea-Eagle at Manly Dam near Sydney

Yesterday I spotted a White-bellied Sea-Eagle flying along the shore of Manly Dam. It flew up and down the shore a few times, and across the water, then landed at the edge of the water in a baylet, with its legs in the water. 94 more words

Birdwatching

The Ravens

In Strathalbyn, a little of the outside always comes in through the door. Today, there are leaves there; these are Chinese elm leaves and seemingly the first to fall. 372 more words

Not welcome

There was a bit of excitement in the park this afternoon. Magpies, Crows and Miner birds were evicting an unwelcome intruder.

It is a White-bellied Sea-Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster):

Locals