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 Post subject: Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2020
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2020 10:45 pm 
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i was watching in morning and saw him being swooped at and then he lay down. Missed the nipping. having said that he did a half branch the other day. He amazes me.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 22, 2020 6:34 am 
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10/22 17.58 Dinner. Mom feeding SE 26

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18.02 Dinner. Mom feeding SE 26, departure and SE 26 exercises

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 4:48 am 
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10/28 14.25 Dad brings the furry animal cleaned, Mom feeds SE 26

and eats the rest herself, departure.

SE 26 exercises wings on a branch, leg is out of order


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 1:32 pm 
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S26 does very well . He has gone up on branch out of sight a few times

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 30, 2020 7:22 am 
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WBSE 2020 - SE26 Fledge :bat:

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HD Video - Congratulations SE26 - First two flights from SE26 30th October, 2020 - 8:33am
9:56am spending a long time at destination before returning to nest.


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10/30 dinner
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What is the S 26 doing in the nest in the evening?


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this is so great for S26. I ma elated.

He is being carefully watched , in case he runs into trouble , then a rescue would be made an d his leg would be checked.

thanks Loza for keeping up the thread. maybe in a month I will be back to putting down some observations

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11/01 SE 26 eats lunch on its own

I am worried about my injured second leg


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11/03 8.53 am SE 26 outside the nest under the care of parents. Return to the nest

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11/04 6.14 am SE 26 leaves the nest, returns to a small breakfast with her parent

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2-3 days the nest is empty

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Saturday, 7th November, 2020 Huge thank you to Chris Bruce for pics of SE26 taken this morning.
Approximately 12.5 metres above the ground, 11:06am, near the Disco.

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11/09 SE 26 returns to the nest :15heartbeat:

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10/12 SE 26 departure :bat:

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I have just received the following statement from National Parks and Wildlife Service:
"This breeding season has brought mixed news. SE25 successfully fledged and left the nest however SE26 was noted to have a malformed right leg during its development. This didn’t hinder SE26's growth or ongoing development, successfully fledging and leaving the nest, only returning at times to be fed by the parents.
On Saturday 14th November SE26 flew into a semi-enclosed balcony on the 22nd floor of a local unit block. Due to the enclosed nature of the balcony and furniture SE26 could not take off again. The resident contacted WIRES for assistance. WIRES volunteers removed the bird from the balcony and it has now been assessed by a local emergency and Taronga Zoo vets.
Examinations over the last few days found SE26 has a poorly healed fracture of the right leg. There are also extensive injuries to the left leg, likely caused by overcompensating to support the right leg. SE26 is in pain from its injuries. Unfortunately surgery is not possible and amputation is not an option either since Sea Eagles require both legs to support themselves on the ground and to hunt.
On welfare grounds the hard decision to euthanise SE26 has been reached. SE26 would not survive in the wild or do well in captivity. Further complications are likely to develop even in the short term.”


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Godspeed SE26. :sorrow:

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As sad as it is, I'm grateful S26 was spared any further suffering. :cryinggirl:


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I am deeply saddened to hear this, but S26 showed us all, what determination can do. He/she really stole my heart. I so wished, but I knew deep down it would come to this. I am so grateful that he/she was captured and did not suffer in the wild.
It is a shame they do not interfere, as this could have been treated early on, but I do not criticize , as all do what they feel is best.

God speed little one. You felt the wind beneath your wings. A lot do not. You gave us all hope , and showed us, that , even if for a short time, determination can conquer .

thanks to all involved .

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