Saturday 12 November 2016
Today at about 6:40 pm AEDT, I visited the nest, even though I have not seen the adults visit it for many weeks. There were diggings for roads/houses right up to the fence, about 60 m from the nest tree.
I wandered down towards the swamp, and as I turned back I saw one sea-eagle in a tall gum tree (top right just after it forks on the bottom fork). I had not seen it fly in and did not see the other. However, for such a big bird it was hard to see in the foliage, so the other may have been in another tree.
As I left, I looked back and saw this gorgeous sight.
Sunday 13 November 2016
I had a brief look at about 1:00 pm AEDT but there were no birds in the nest or surrounds.
Thursday 24 November 2016
I stopped in at about 6:30 pm but there were no birds. A whistling kite was flying near the nest.
The White-bellied Sea-Eagle has recently been listed as a vulnerable species in NSW. This is why, this is why …