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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is home to four beautiful Wedge-Tailed Eagles, also sometimes known as the eagle hawk.
The Wedge-Tailed Eagle is the largest bird of prey in Australia. It has long, fairly broad wings, fully feathered legs, and an unmistakable wedge-shaped tail.
At Currumbin you have the chance to get up close and person with this master of the sky.
Eagles build their nests on high cliffs or in tall trees
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Tasmanian subspecies is listed as endangered
Through out Australia, Papua New Guinea & Indonesia
Up to 2.74m
Egg laying, hatching after approx 45 days
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