Go to whole of WA Government search. What is a white-breasted sea eagle? The white-breasted or white-bellied sea-eagle Haliaeetus leucogaster is a majestic bird of prey that lives near the ocean and other large bodies of water.
Nature is all around us, observes Rob Drummond. Biodiversity plays an important role in a hotel — from the food served to the materials used in the furniture and fittings — and we recognised that building a new luxury hotel can have a negative impact on our ecosystem, so we were determined to be as ecologically sensitive as possible. Our aim was to enrich the land by planting trees, introduce rare species of mangrove, increase the firefly population and to create a butterfly garden.
The distribution shown is generalised from the Departments Species of National Environmental Significance dataset. This is an indicative distribution map of the present distribution of the species based on best available knowledge. Some species information is withheld in line with sensitive species polices.
Feel someone is watching? Breeding pairs, which mate for life the breeding season is the Australian Winter, from June to Augustknow their territory instinctively and are highly protective of their permanent nest, which grows in size over the years. Annually, the breeding pair renovates its nest with grass and seaweed over three to six weeks before laying a pair of white eggs around 70mm long; these incubate for six weeks before hatching in the spring. As a bird of prey, the White-breasted Sea Eagle has mainly a seafood diet of fish and sea snakes, even turtles or penguins.
They occur in a range of habitats and have a highly varied diet. White-Bellied Sea Eagles have a gray-brown back and wing coverts and are white along the head, neck, tail, underside and thighs. The primary feathers and tail base are black.
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