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Nesting Habitat and Nest Site Characteristics of the White-Bellied Sea-Eagle in the Gippsland Lakes Region of Victoria, Australia

William B. Emison, Roger J. Bilney
Publication Information
Journal: 
Raptor Research
Volume: 
16
Issue: 
2 (Summer)
Section: 
Scientific Papers
Year: 
1982
Pages: 
54-58
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ABSTRACT

Thirteen nesting territories and 16 nesting trees used by the White-bellied Sea-Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster) in the Gippsland Lakes region of Victoria, Australia, are described. Concern is expressed about previous losses of nesting habitat and the insecurity of over half of the nesting territories presently active in the area.

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