White-bellied Sea Eagles in Australia ~ 2014

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Smart ducks know where lay the eggs:
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:hi:
Two eggs laid June 19 and 23
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August 3rd - let's introduce: SE 27 and SE 28 :headroll:

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Dad brought a big fish
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a beautiful fish, poor fish
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but eagle babies are hungry, Mum feeds them and they eat nicely :innocent:
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:hi:
SE27 hatches on July 29 2021


SE28 hatches on July 31 2021


The eaglets are cute, but the sibling rivalry has already started
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Mamicja wrote: August 5th, 2021, 9:36 pm :hi:
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The eaglets are cute, but the sibling rivalry has already started
[youtube]dKngo3WySJs[ /youtube]
Mamicja :wave:, thank you for the videos :thumbs:

It didn't take long.... :rolleyes: ...as long as they're equally strong and the fights are balanced....
on August 3rd they were still peacefully together
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Sibling rivalry got worse and worse, SE27 got more and more aggressive and didn't allow SE28 to eat anymore. SE28 has been without food for a few days and became quite weak.

Now the camera is switched off, I don't know whether the SE28 is still alive or not.

This season is really difficult in so many nests to watch.
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balistar :hi:
In this nest it is very seldom to come to an happy end. Something happens always. I observed the nest 3 seasons in row.
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Birdfriend wrote: August 27th, 2021, 6:04 pm
Birdfriend :hi:

thank you. I don't follow this nest very frequently, the happier i am to announce this good news:

28-08-2021 14:15 (local time)
finally SE28 sports a HUGE crop after a few days without feeding - a beautiful sight after all :faint: :loveshower:
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SE27 had a huge crop already before the feeding, so let SE28 eat in peace
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here's the video by Sea-EagleCAM4, from which i took the pictures:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAv7Ed7NdUU

fingers crossed that enough food will be available further on.

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10-09-2021 ( live cam is online again )

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SE 27 and SE 28 are well fed and thriving :thumbs:

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