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Get ready for the Eagles!

It’s that time of year again…breeding season! We are super excited to get back into the swing of things with our White-bellied Sea-Eagles as they have now begun nest renovations in preparation for eggs to be laid very soon. Last

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Birds of a feather…head to Sydney Olympic Park!

Ever wondered how we keep track of birds around the Park? It’s no easy feat but our team of experts have gathered all the facts for you in our annual Spring Bird Census. Our Parklands ecologist, Jenny, gives you all

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Celebrate World Wetlands Day with us!

Where has more than 430 hectares of wetlands, woodlands and parks? Home to the most diverse types of wetlands in the entire Sydney Basin? And wants to celebrate World Wetlands Day 2017 with you? The answer to all of the above

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Eaglet Update

Spring has begun and as the weather gets warmer, our eaglet gets bigger! With mum and dad ensuring their eaglet is growing stronger by the day (with dad putting in the hard work to provide prey); the young one is

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Ensuring the safety of threatened species in NSW on our busy roads

Have you ever driven down a busy highway and noticed a cute little creature scurrying along the side of the road and thought, “I hope he gets to the other side safely!” No need to worry, the NSW Roads and

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Hear a tail or two about waterbirds

Did you know that Sydney Olympic Park is made up of 430 hectares of wetlands, woodlands and parks? Our Waterbird Refuge is just one of our wetlands hotspots and hosts both resident and migratory waterbirds including Red-necked Avocet, Black-winged Stilts

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Update on the eaglets, some sad news

Unfortunately, this update on the two White-bellied Sea-Eaglets comes with some sad news. The younger and weaker of the two Sea-Eagle chicks has apparently died. It is no longer visible in the nest and is probably under the leaves lining

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