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  1. ... and away

    ... and away

    We sat looking at the eagle for a little longer then he took off. This was our final sighting of this particular Wedge-tailed Eagle. Then we headed deeper into the mountains on a pretty rough road.
  2. Best view

    Best view

    The Wedge-tailed Eagle eventually crossed the road in front of us then settled in a tree. I've a funny feeling that Peter may have taken this picture, as he was on the right side of the car and I may have spooked him while getting out. But he still gave me the best view of an eagle I've ever had!!!
  3. Keeping up

    Keeping up

    Some miles later, we turned off onto a dirt road to Angorachina. Almost immediately a Wedge-tailed Eagle joined us, flying alongside the car for quite a while. He really gave me a great photo opportunity, as due to the road surface we had to drive very slowly, partly due to the bumps, but also...
  4. Perched


    The eagle then flew across the road in front of us and I thought that was the end of it. But not at all, he landed on a tall bush beside the road, giving me a lovely close view. WOW! I love these guys.
  5. Company


    After some more miles along this tarmacked road, we turned off toward Angorachina It started with a long straight dirt road and almost immediately we had the company of a Wedge-tailed Eagle flying alongside us. What a thrill that was.