Sea-Eagle Cam Update
After the Sea-eagles renovate their nest, bringing lots of sticks to build up the edge and green leaves to line the nest, the first egg has been laid. 5:33pm 11 June 2018
We would expect that the next egg would be laid in a few days.
Keep watching www.sea-eaglecam.org/video.html.
The male continues to bring in a wide variety of fish for his mate, mostly eating the head himself first: bream, leatherjacket, mulloway, mullet, estuarine catfish, and more to be identified.
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Sth NSW branch committee