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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.

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Eagles build their nests on high cliffs or in tall trees

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Additional Facts

CONSERVATION STATUS
Tasmanian subspecies is listed as endangered

DISTRIBUTION
Through out Australia,  Papua New Guinea & Indonesia

WINGSPAN
Up to 2.74m

GESTATION    
Egg laying, hatching after approx 45 days

 

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