I never really see that many Wedge- tailed eagles on the coastline, as they are dominated by Sea eagles. Pretty cool to see 5 large birds of prey, a pair of wedgies, and 3 sea eagles all competing for a feed on a big barracuda carcass.
Predator of the sky, captured this the white bellied sea eagle just before it stooped for a fish. These birds are not only amazing to see fly, but hold a cultural significance for many indigenous groups often holding status as a totem. It’s just short of having the largest wingspan and being Australia’s top aerial predator only to be beaten by the wedge tailed eagle, with talons that can pierce right through to your bones and sight 8 times better than ours, they truly are the King of the coast.