White-bellied Sea-eagle

In 2006, we set up the inaugral Challenge to see if we could collectively record 250 species during the year in the club's survey area. How did we go? Extremely well considering the drought... Plenty of unusual and rare birds .... some great records from non-members too. It was a fascinating year. And a worthwhile exercise which we encourage other groups to follow. See for yourself...

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White-bellied Sea-eagle

Postby Bill Jolly » Mon Apr 03, 2006 12:08 pm

Immature White-bellied Sea-eagle heading east along Lockyer Creek at Abberton this-morning (3 April, 8.30am) - pursued by umpteen Torresian Crows.
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