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Laughing Kookaburra | BirdLife Australia

Details: Laughing Kookaburras are found throughout eastern Australia. They have been introduced to Tasmania, the extreme south-west of Western Australia, and New Zealand. Replaced by the Blue-winged Kookaburra in central northern and north-western Australia, with some overlap in Queensland, although this species is more coastal.

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Peregrine Falcon | BirdLife Australia

Details: The Peregrine Falcon is found in most habitats, from rainforests to the arid zone, and at most altitudes, from the coast to alpine areas. It requires abundant prey and secure nest sites, and prefers coastal and inland cliffs or open woodlands near water, and may even be found nesting on high city buildings.

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Eagle CAM | BirdLife

Details: Our observations again revealed delayed incubation between the laying of the two eggs, allowing some catch-up for the second hatched. Both young eagles survived to fledge, in spite of serious leg injuries or deformity for SE26. The first eaglet hatched, SE25, fledged at 75 days, and was seen in …

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