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Anecdotal reports indicate wedge-tailed eagle numbers building in places | Queensland Country Life

“I don’t think their numbers are worse now than any time in the last 20 years but I suspect they migrate in at this time every year, from where they feed up on rabbits in the Simpson Desert,” he said. “It’s about 20 years since calicivirus was released, so with less rabbits, they’re more likely to come here looking for food.”

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