Monday, 21 August 2017 11:41

Fly like an eagle

Craig Webb from Raptor and Wildlife Refuge Tasmania in Kettering released a White-bellied Sea Eagle back into the wild during a fundraising event on Saturday, August 12. Craig Webb from Raptor and Wildlife Refuge Tasmania in Kettering released a White-bellied Sea Eagle back into the wild during a fundraising event on Saturday, August 12. PS

Tasmania’s raptor rehabilitation specialist, Craig Webb from Raptor and Wildlife Refuge Tasmania in collaboration with Tasmanian Boat Charters released a White-bellied Sea Eagle back into the wild on Saturday, August 12.
The sea eagle had been re-cooperating at the refuge in Kettering for 12 months after it struck power lines in Tasmania’s south and spent its time at the refuge growing broken feathers and healing a slightly injured wing. The eagle was released during a special fundraising event. For the full story pick up a copy of this week's Kingborough Chronicle (Tuesday, August 22).

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