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wedge-tailed eagle

  1. Wedge-tailed Eagle (juv)

    Wedge-tailed Eagle (juv)

    The 'mane' on this juvenile was incredible!
  2. SF:  Wedgie mooning

    SF: Wedgie mooning

    We saw many Wedgies eating road kill on the Birdsville Track.
  3. More Wedgie

    More Wedgie

    Another pic of one of the wedgies. Fun here at the moment. Only internet access is slow, in the camp kitchen at Rawnsley Park (sheep) Station caravan park. Winter, cold wet and windy in the Aussie outback. The alternative is 45C in the summer :-0
  4. Wedgie


    Another pic of the Wedge-tailed eagle above Arkaba HS
  5. That looks like an extremely uncomfortable perch

    That looks like an extremely uncomfortable perch

    Could it be some sort of Avian Colonoscopy??????????
  6. Wedge-tailed Eagle

    Wedge-tailed Eagle

    Not a well detailed shot but on a very dull day the best that I could get of Australia's largest Eagle .
  7. Wedge-tailed Eagle

    Wedge-tailed Eagle

  8. Young Wedge-tailed Eagle

    Young Wedge-tailed Eagle

    It was very close to me when I got this photo. It was possible because it was a youngster?
  9. Wedge-tailed eagle

    Wedge-tailed eagle

  10. Wedge-tailed eagle

    Wedge-tailed eagle

  11. 'Bub!'


    Hi all, today I was sitting at my pc when the local Magpies started to make quite a din, looked outside, coudln't see what they were on about.....ventured out the back door and saw why they were so upset...two Wedgies.....raced to the car grabbed the camera and got about 4 shots before they...
  12. 'Lift off!'

    'Lift off!'

    I have noticed that not many Wedgy photos get uploaded to BF so as I have the fortune to see them almost everyday thought I should share this one. I had been working and had come home to swap cars when I spotted him as I drove up the drive in the back paddock, just lifting off, went into the...
  13. Wedge-tailed eagle

    Wedge-tailed eagle

    not best pic very overcast and dark
  14. Wedge-tailed Eagle

    Wedge-tailed Eagle

  15. Wedge-tailed Eagle

    Wedge-tailed Eagle

  16. Wedge-tailed Eagle at Dawn

    Wedge-tailed Eagle at Dawn

    Wedgies usually are pretty shy birds but this one remained where it was in the early dawn so I could get close enough to photograph it. More on my blog Top Birds and Everyfing
  17. Wedge-tailed Eagle

    Wedge-tailed Eagle

    It refused to turn around and give me a front view.
  18. Wedgie


    Another shot of the Wedge-tailed Eagle posted by Hans earlier, we couldn't believe our luck as they descended & did a close fly-over. [Sorry Ken, you really should have been there!]
  19. Wedge-tailed Eagle

    Wedge-tailed Eagle

    This photo was taken of the eagle feeding on a dead kangaroo. More can be seen on my blog at http://topbirdsandeveryfing.typepad.com/top-birds-everyfing/
  20. Wedge-tailed Eagle Ready for Take Off

    Wedge-tailed Eagle Ready for Take Off

    Taken in a paddock near Pyramid Hill Victoria. We jumped the fence and slowly walked toward the eagle. He didn't move. We took numerous shots as you might imagine. It was a special moment.
  21. Aquila audax

    Aquila audax

    A field guide-style watercolour for a recent exhibition of Wedge-tailed Eagle paintings and photography I held.
  22. Wedgie glance

    Wedgie glance

    Glancing back to me, ready for another run.
  23. Wedgie flyover

    Wedgie flyover

    Wedge-tailed Eagle soaring very low overhead.
  24. Wedgie and Raven

    Wedgie and Raven

    A young Wedge-tailed Eagle being harassed by a persistent Australian Raven.
  25. The Calling - Wedge-tailed Eagles

    The Calling - Wedge-tailed Eagles

    A recent watercolour for an upcoming exhibition. I wanted to create a sense of space around the birds, without a landscape horizon for reference.