Close-up of a wedge-tailed eagle coming into land from the right of the picture, wings outstretched, feet down. The extent of the eagle’s ‘pants’. The thick dark brown feathers all the way to the top of the ‘fingers’ of the feet—is very apparent. In the background is a grassy area, with forest behind. The pale feathers on the nape of its neck indicate that it is a young bird. Photo: Alfred Schulte, taken at Inala on Bruny Island.
Photo: Alfred Schulte, Inala, Bruny Island

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Contact the project team

For questions about NatureTrackers and NatureTrackers projects, or to submit your paper Where? Where? Wedgie! datasheets, please use the details below.

Write to us at:

Clare Hawkins
The Bookend Trust
School of Natural Sciences
University of Tasmania
Private Bag 55
Hobart, Tasmania 7001

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A GPS and smart phone, on top of some folded survey datasheets, lie on wet soil beside a sunlit fern. Photo: Stephen Anstee.
Photo: Stephen Anstee