Catch the white-bellied sea eagles on EagleCAM at Sydney Olympic Park

Chickowee's picture

THE story of a pair of white-bellied sea eagles at Sydney Olympic Park could make the script for a modern-day fairytale.

The story starts when the park’s resident male lost his partner at the end of February.

As a threatened species, there were fears he may not find another lifelong friend.

The sea eagle’s partner had been in the park since 2008, and the pair had raised an average of one young to fledging each year.

Read more at the website of the Inner West Courier.

Subscribe to me on YouTube