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                  White-bellied Sea-Eagle

The White-bellied Sea-Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster), from the Latin, is also known as White-breasted Sea-Eagle or White-breasted Fish-Hawk, is the second largest bird of prey in Australia with a wing span of 1.8-2.2 metres (6-7 feet). It measures 75-85cm (30-33 inches) in length and can weigh up to 4.2kg (9 pounds), the female being larger and heavier than the male. Sea-Eagles are found around the coast and along major rivers of Australia, New Guinea, South East Asia and as far west as the coast of India.

The purpose of this site to make available all and any information, photos, videos, journal articles and white papers and to be a central information point about the White-bellied Sea-Eagle (WBSE).

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