We’ve seen this before, but now it’s time we put an end to the war on wedge-tailed eagles before this starts to have a major impact on our ecosystem, experts warn.
As well as crocodiles, sharks and dingoes, Australia has a bird accused of eating people.
Experts say secondary poisoning is a growing issue for Australia’s raptors.
Wedge-tailed eagles are protected under the Wildlife Act 1975 meaning offenders could be charged up to $8, 000.
Researchers have found that wedgies don’t stray far from home, staying close to where they hatched.
A Perth ornithologist returns a rare square-tailed kite chick to its nest.
For the first time, says AGS-funded ornithologist Simon Cherriman, our largest bird of prey has successfully been tracked