wedge-tailed eagle

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wedge-tailed eagle

n
(Animals) a large brown Australian eagle, Aquila audax, having a wedge-shaped tail and a wingspan of 3 m. Also called: eaglehawk
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Sharp A Gibson L Norton M Ryan B Marks A and Semeraro L (2002) The breeding-season diet of wedge-tailed eagles (Aquila audax) in western New South Wales and the influence of Rabbit Calicivirus Disease.
Davey C and Pech R (2001) Effect of reduced rabbit numbers on the reproductive success of wedge-tailed eagles (Aquila audax) in central-western NSW.