Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Wedge-Tailed Eagles visiting

Once in a while we have Wedge-Tailed Eagles (Aquila audax) circling above the garden. Unfortunately they fly too high to get a good photo without a telescopic lense, but even the silhouette is beautiful to behold. Also known as the Eaglehaw, they are the largest bird-of-prey in Australia and the most common species of eagle in the world.

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