13-07-2010 - Wedge-tailed eagle
Data from this study suggests that eagles may breed irregularly or may frequently move about within territories occupying various nests.
This study also suggests that although the duration of breeding phases may be similar between years, the timing of breeding in the Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle may vary considerably between years. If these trends continue, they will have implications for future eagle habitat management
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