sea eagle

NOUN
  1. any of various large eagles that usually feed on fish
  2. large harmless hawk found worldwide that feeds on fish and builds a bulky nest often occupied for years
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How To Use sea eagle In A Sentence

  • Some years back, we reintroduced the white-tailed sea eagle here.
  • We were watching the sea eagle 's nest. Times, Sunday Times
  • This also happens to be where Scotland's most emblematic birds are flying: golden eagles, ospreys, sea eagles, whooper swans, grouse etc.
  • Sea eagles hang out in the arctic north of Norway because they've been pushed back there by us.
  • The carcasses of ospreys, white-tailed sea eagles, deer, black and white storks and herons are also being found.
  • The carcasses of ospreys, white-tailed sea eagles, deer, black and white storks and herons are also being found.
  • WHAT A GREAT TEAM picked on the back of the mighty manly sea eagles, DCE is a way better no.7 thank cronk who has nothing when not playing with slater, good too see b.stewart get his test spot back from 2007, this team also shows me that the nsw team in 2012 will be stronger than in 2011 NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • Ryan was looking at four weeks on the sideline after being charged with a grade three Dangerous and unnecessary contact with the head and neck, otherwise known a "crusher" tackle from Monday night's match against the Sea Eagles. The Age News Headlines
  • After lunch, we walked round the spit and swam in a sea like silk, with only a sea eagle and a few white Torres Strait pigeons for company.
  • They are also prey, when smaller, to other animals such as feral pigs, goannas, turtles, barramundi, sea eagles and even other crocodiles.
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