White-bellied Sea Eagles in Australia ~ 2014

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November 14
Hello everyone :hi:

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VIDEO: SE26 At Home - Food, Rest and Beautiful Closeups. 9 Nov 2020 https://youtu.be/b__FGR91u9Y by Luceforall


Riverfest 2020 webinar - Behind the camera in the eagle's nest - https://youtu.be/YXC_F1wXsqk
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November 20
Hello everyone :hi:

:cry: In Sydney WBSE SE26 will be/has been euthanised, due to deformed right leg and unhealed fractures in left leg. S/he will suffer no more. RIP brave little eagle!

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Oh, poor bird. Maybe it was the best that SE26 landed on that balcony and was thus taken to the vets, else it would have suffered
a lot of distress in the wild.

Thank you, Solo, for posting this information. I had a fraction of this sad news in the chat of the Port Lincoln Ospreys.

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Solo wrote: November 20th, 2020, 11:32 am November 20
Hello everyone :hi:

:cry: In Sydney WBSE SE26 will be/has been euthanised, due to deformed right leg and unhealed fractures in left leg. S/he will suffer no more. RIP brave little eagle!
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Thank you for sharing Solo, I've just read it before on "Falcon Cam chat". There is an tragedy every season :faint:
Do you know, is SE25 okay?
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Birdfriend wrote: November 20th, 2020, 6:17 pm ... Do you know, is SE25 okay?
Last info FB https://www.facebook.com/Sea.EagleCAM (Nov 6) "We do not know where SE25 has flown."
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Solo wrote: November 20th, 2020, 9:14 pm Last info FB https://www.facebook.com/Sea.EagleCAM (Nov 6) "We do not know where SE25 has flown."
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That's not good to hear, but many thanks for answering my question. :wave:
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Mamicja wrote: November 21st, 2020, 7:12 pm
:bow: I am so sorry for SE 26

https://birdlife.org.au/visit-us/discov ... /eagle-cam (click on Eagle Diary)
"November 20
Permission has been received for euthanasia for SE26. Her injuries have proved too serious and her handicaps too many for her to survive in the wild. Please refer to the statement above for more information (click the title to expand)"
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Nordri wrote: January 6th, 2021, 6:00 am
thank you Nodri :thumbs:

FB EagleCAM (https://www.facebook.com/Sea.EagleCAM/v ... 4054318834)

"5th January, 2021, Daisy Duck (as our chatters call her) has laid an egg in the middle of the Sea-Eagle's nest (hidden under leaves). Ducks practise delayed incubation, so she will likely add another egg each day till she's ready to incubate......BUT.....as you all know this nest has two very large owners. Dad and Lady spend much of their summer at Goat Island or their River Roost at Ermington, however they do visit. We haven't seen them for a couple of weeks so they are likely due to visit again soon.
Daisy is a Pacific Black Duck and she tends to visit each morning. More info on the species can be found here: https://www.birdlife.org.au/bird-profil ... black-duck"

zoomed view on the egg laying https://www.facebook.com/Sea.EagleCAM/v ... 4054318834
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In 2011 a similar story didn't finish well. An eagle came to the nest and ate all the eggs and the duck left.
https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... isy#p99262
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the parrots told the duck that this was a bad place. And the duck understood everything, flew away and did not return. Good luck to her in a new place.
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Right now the mallard is sitting in the nest.
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second series
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Nordri :hi:
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we have not long to wait. 1-3 february
25 days for ducks. January 5 - the beginning. But there was a lot of lack of duck in the nest. Maybe a little later 25 days
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the story ended sadly.eggs destroyed. seven were
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