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Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018-2019
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Author:  loza [ Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:31 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

08/12 Morning

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Author:  loza [ Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:41 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

SE21 and SE22 alone in a nest .

The children are old for three weeks

Mom feeding SE22

There is no aggression



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https://youtu.be/YnO3YoYzu9M

Author:  loza [ Tue Aug 14, 2018 3:30 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

Today SE 21 is aggressive again

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https://youtu.be/_5qjaJaByRA

From chat:
Judy Wright 22 has an open wound it's left eye as well. Seen 16.53 well in the sun

16.53


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Author:  loza [ Tue Aug 14, 2018 4:31 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

Mom

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17.32 Dad arrived with 1/2 fish, mom is not going to feeding SE21 :girlsad3:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJ0vBl1Exx0


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Author:  loza [ Thu Aug 16, 2018 7:32 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

But number !!!

SE22 bow SE21. Bravo small, for courage



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https://youtu.be/vTuJr054NaQ

Author:  loza [ Fri Aug 17, 2018 6:14 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

08/17 15. Nice to see the beautifully fed chicks: SE 21 and SE 22 :loveshow:

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https://youtu.be/q6iq2bagGo4

Author:  loza [ Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:21 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

08/19 9.01 am

Aggressive SE21 does not allow SE22 to be eaten again. This time, a bird for breakfast
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9zW_nVjAS4

Author:  loza [ Sun Aug 19, 2018 9:03 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

:omg Next feedings only SE 21 still

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Author:  loza [ Sun Aug 19, 2018 9:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

From chat: :15heartbeat:

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Author:  loza [ Sun Aug 19, 2018 3:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

13.04

White Bellied Sea Eagle Cam ~ SE22's First Meal ~ Lady Patiently Feeds 8.19.18

SE21 had eaten first in the first feedings of the day and 22 was submissive and did not get to eat until this delivery. SE22 slowly makes his move climbing out of the nest bowl and over to Lady but is always watching over his shoulder for 21 for any aggression at food time. Lady attempts to feed 22 but he quickly diverts his head away but she patiently continues to offer food. 22 keeps an eye on 21 laying in the nest. Finally 22 is confident and accepts the food and does his fast snatch and grab. 22 seems to like larger pieces offered rather than the smaller ones and quickly swallows them. At 10:17 22 sees 21 getting up and lays low to avoid any bonk but 21 turns around and re positions and lays back down and 22 continues to eat. AT 16:39 22 grabs a big piece of fish! When finished 22 will pick up a stick at 20:56 and then 21 picks it up to move. 22 settles down in the nest bowl now content and full. Thank you for watching!

Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0w56iRtKdU

Author:  loza [ Sun Aug 19, 2018 3:06 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

14.36

White Bellied Sea Eagle Cam ~ Second Feeding For SE22 - Enormous Crop 8.19.18

Shortly after SE22 finished his first feeding, Lady feeds 22 a fish while 21 is still in a food coma. 22 quickly eats and always keeps an eye out for 21. At 16:40 21 wakes up and we see how big her crop is! AT 17:53 22 lowers down into a submissive position to avoid a possible bonk. Lady offers food to 22 but he refuses so she starts to feed 21. Lady offers food again at 20:37 but 22 is still laying low. 22 slowly inches up further away from 21 & closer to Lady and after a few attempts by Lady, accepts the food and starts feeding again at 22:00. At 31:15 Lady is finally finished with her long but very successful 40 minute feeding & we see the huge crop on 22 as he turns around to make his way back to the nest bowl. Both eaglets will get fed throughout the day but not at the same time. 21 is dominant and will eat first and more often however, both Lady & Dad continue to be exemplary parents caring for 22 and making sure he eats as well. They are both hitting their milestones! Thank you for watching!

Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_03qmLmycjw

Author:  loza [ Mon Aug 20, 2018 6:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

15.10 Mom

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16.08 Small alone. There is no love but SE 21 does not attack


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https://youtu.be/P_IV0-VkxDg

Author:  loza [ Mon Aug 20, 2018 6:19 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

16.32 Dinner has SE 21 ,SE 22 no, still has food in his crop,

will be ok.


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https://youtu.be/MveVZmzQ_zs

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Author:  loza [ Tue Aug 21, 2018 4:08 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

08/21 from 13.45 to 18.00 there was no feeding :girlsad3:

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16.31 Alarm. Mom Lady threatens the threat


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https://youtu.be/z1LRPMcfUb0

Author:  loza [ Wed Aug 22, 2018 3:38 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

08/22 14.47 am Very long dinner has SE 21 only :girlsad3:


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https://youtu.be/1uJEDQauCEU

Author:  skygirlblue [ Wed Aug 22, 2018 10:34 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

From Facebook...posted about 3 hrs ago... :girlsad3: :girlsad3:

    UPDATE - 22nd August 2018 - The current situation with Lady and Dad Sea-Eagle and their chicks.
    Up until Sunday, everything was progressing normally with this season. Yes, there has been some sibling rivalry (elder chick, SE21 pecking younger SE22), however, with the chicks reaching their one-month milestone, and multiple food items being delivered each day, we were optimistic that they would both survive.

    Unfortunately, apart from a brief visit today (no food), dad has not brought any food or visited the nest area since Sunday. This is highly unusual and definitely unexpected. At this critical time, the parents (even when we don't see on camera) are watching the chicks. Generally, at this stage, the lookout duty lies with Lady, with Dad taking the role of the hunter.

    Lady has taken time away from the nest to catch one small fish, Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st (August), returning to the nest to feed. As viewers are well aware, with the previously mentioned sibling rivalry, SE22 does not usually get to eat until SE21 is full. Over the past few weeks, that meant that SE21 would always get the first food delivery. Subsequent deliveries were shared between both but only when SE22 made his/her way to the eating area. Even when there were two food deliveries today, SE22 did not attempt to feed. The result is that he/she has not eaten since Sunday. It is very unlikely that SE22 will last another night without food.

    What's wrong with Dad? There was a poorly judged landing to the nest in the early hours of Monday 20th August. Was he injured? Cathy, one of our ground observers, saw Dad sitting at the river roost yesterday and again today, not moving around much (not fishing). Unfortunately, while Cathy was at the river today, she observed a sub-adult flying near the reserve and the river. We can only speculate that there may have been an altercation between Dad and the intruder. To be clear, we can't confirm this. Perhaps Dad is staying away to distract the sub-adult? Perhaps he actually was injured? We simply don't know. The fact is, he has not provided any prey items since Sunday. Agewise, we believe that he is at least 16.

    So, what do we do now? There is a firm non-intervention policy associated with this nest. We are privileged to be allowed to unobtrusively film the Sea-Eagles during their nesting season. We are NOT allowed to interfere with the nest, breeding/nesting outcomes or the adults who are protected under national and state legislation. In saying all that if an injured bird is "on the ground" we can transport to a vet (or wildlife carer). The 2012 nest, where we were granted permission to intervene (man-made issue with fishing line) was accessible via cherry picker; this nest is not.

    Our beloved Dad, what can we say? We want him to be ok. He is flying around, so we can't "rescue" him. All we can do is hope and pray that he recovers soon.
    Is there anything positive out of all this?

    Well, SE21 is thriving. Lady has proven herself able to provide for at least one chick without assistance from her partner. For that, we are thankful.

    Lastly, for those who don't want to watch anymore and are upset by what they've seen? Please don't assume that we are unaffected by these events. This is our tenth season, of course, we become attached! Nature can be awfully cruel sometimes. We've also seen many beautiful things. Did anyone ever think that we'd get to see little Sea-Eagle chicks hatching, all live via the internet? We observed Dad meeting and courting Lady after we lost Mum. Just recently, we've seen Dad feeding Lady while she was brooding her chicks.

    We'd like to thank our moderators for looking after chat and Facebook, doing a fantastic job keeping everyone in the loop, also our dedicated viewers for standing by us when things get tough. Thank you to our note takers for documenting all the nest events and camera operators for keeping us on the air. Also a huge thank you to Cathy for standing around at the river roost these past two days to check on Dad and give us all updates.

    Thank you, everyone, for your concern, prayers, best wishes during this time.

Author:  loza [ Wed Aug 22, 2018 9:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

skygirlblue :girlsad3: :girlsad3: :girlsad3:

From the morning to 11 children were not fed.SE 22 is 3 days without food

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From 11.15 am you can hear calls from the Lady

Author:  loza [ Thu Aug 23, 2018 3:03 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

When I got up

I could see the feeding from the camera from the bottom (both cameras have the same picture)

15.57 Mom fed SE 21 only.

At 16.12 Dad arrived and it does not look like something is wrong with him, he ate the rest of the fish.

Mom came back, I do not think there will be anything else to feed SE22.

She hugged the small ones and Dad flew away

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Author:  loza [ Thu Aug 23, 2018 6:58 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

From FB EagleCAM

5 h ago.

A sad message update Thursday 23. We have turned off live streaming for the moment on the main nest view. A big fish was brought in by Lady and SE 21 has fed well. SE 22 has been conditioned to drop straight into a submissive posture. Although SE 21 received a massive feed, with no competition from the smaller SE 22, 21 proceeded to attack 22, grabbing its head and shaking vigorously. We feel this is very confronting to watch live. This behaviour has not been observed before and is being recorded for observation later. It appears that 21 has in fact killed or seriously wounded 22.
The female has made no effort to intervene and is attempting to brood both now.
Our male is still not bringing any food though has been seen several times.
We shall keep you all informed as we can see what is happening.
So distressing - Life in the Raw
Judy Harrington


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Author:  skygirlblue [ Thu Aug 23, 2018 8:28 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Australia~Sydney SeaEagle 2018

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