Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Wedge-tailed-Eagle

AUSTRALIA-FESTIVAL/
RTSP7BE
September 24, 2016
An Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle is put on display as part of the birds of prey exhibit at the St Ives...
Sydney, Australia
An Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle is put on display as part of the birds of prey exhibit at the St Ives...
An Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle is put on display as part of the birds of prey exhibit at the St Ives Medieval Fair in Sydney, one of the largest of its kind in Australia, September 24, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA/
RTR22MA7
December 16, 2008
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, perches on the hand of the zoo's Animal...
Sydney, Australia
Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, perches on the hand of supervisor Kettle,...
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, perches on the hand of the zoo's Animal Presentation Unit Supervisor, Matt Kettle, after a training flight December 16, 2008. The four-year-old eagle has almost completed her outdoor flight training after being donated to the zoo from a private breeder. Wedge-tailed Eagles are Australia's largest bird of prey. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR22MA6
December 16, 2008
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, looks at the zoo's Animal Presentation...
Sydney, Australia
Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, looks at supervisor Kettle, after a training...
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, looks at the zoo's Animal Presentation Unit Supervisor, Matt Kettle, after a training flight December 16, 2008. The four-year-old eagle has almost completed her outdoor flight training after being donated to the zoo from a private breeder. Wedge-tailed Eagles are Australia's largest bird of prey. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR22MA5
December 16, 2008
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, perches on the hand of the zoo's Animal...
Sydney, Australia
Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, perches on the hand of supervisor Kettle,...
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, perches on the hand of the zoo's Animal Presentation Unit Supervisor, Matt Kettle, after a training flight December 16, 2008. The four-year-old eagle has almost completed her outdoor flight training after being donated to the zoo from a private breeder. Wedge-tailed Eagles are Australia's largest bird of prey. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR22M9Z
December 16, 2008
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami (L), is chased by a magpie during a training...
Sydney, Australia
Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, is chased by a magpie during a training flight...
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami (L), is chased by a magpie during a training flight December 16, 2008. The four-year-old eagle has almost completed her outdoor flight training after being dontated to the zoo from a private breeder. Wedge-tailed Eagles are Australia's largest bird of prey. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR22M9X
December 16, 2008
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, makes a training flight December 16, 2008....
Sydney, Australia
Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, makes a training flight
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, makes a training flight December 16, 2008. The four-year-old eagle has almost completed her outdoor flight training after being donated to the zoo from a private breeder. Wedge-tailed Eagles are Australia's largest bird of prey. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX4H4N
December 07, 2007
A wedge-tailed eagle flies over head during a bird show at Sydney's Taronga Zoo December 7, 2007. With...
Sydney, Australia
A wedge-tailed eagle flies over head during a bird show at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
A wedge-tailed eagle flies over head during a bird show at Sydney's Taronga Zoo December 7, 2007. With a wing span of up to 2.5 metres (8 feet) the wedge-tailed eagle is Australia's largest bird of prey and can be found in most parts of the country. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA CHARLES
RTRM5BY
March 02, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles waves as he stands in front of a wedge-tailed eagle during a birds of prey demonstration...
Alice Springs, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles waves as he stands in front of a wedge-tailed eagle during a birds of ...
Britain's Prince Charles waves as he stands in front of a wedge-tailed eagle during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice Springs, Australia. Britain's Prince Charles waves his hat as he stands in front of a wedge-tailed eagle during a birds of prey demonstration in front of the Macdonnell Ranges at the Desert Park in Alice Springs March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia for a one-week tour, including a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, then Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
AUSTRALIA
RTRM4Z5
March 02, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles stands in front of a wedge-tailed eagle during a birds of prey demonstration...
Alice Springs, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles stands in front of a wedge-tailed eagle during a birds of prey ...
Britain's Prince Charles stands in front of a wedge-tailed eagle during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice Springs. Britain's Prince Charles stands in front of a wedge-tailed eagle during a birds of prey demonstration in front of the Macdonnell Ranges at the Desert Park in Alice Springs, 2000 km (1,200 miles) northwest of Sydney, March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia on a one-week tour that includes a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. REUTERS/David Gray
EAGLES
RTXI2S2
August 24, 1998
Keeper Tony Gordon hands a rat to an endangered Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle during a feeding demonstration...
Keeper Tony Gordon hands a rat to an endangered Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle during a feeding demon.....
Keeper Tony Gordon hands a rat to an endangered Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle during a feeding demonstration at the Billabong Sanctuary in Townsville August 20. The bird was brought to the park after it was found by the side of the road suffering from a broken wing and as a result, has become completely reliant upon hand-feeding as the only means of obtaining food. ??»
EAGLES
RTXI2R8
August 24, 1998
An endangered Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle holds a rat in its beak during a feeding demonstration at...
An endangered Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle holds a rat in its beak during a feeding demonstration a.....
An endangered Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle holds a rat in its beak during a feeding demonstration at the Billabong Sanctuary in Townsville August 20. The bird was brought to the park after it was found by the side of the road suffering from a broken wing and as a result, has become completely reliant upon hand-feeding as the the only means of obtaining food.
??»
RTRGMB3
August 24, 1998
Keeper Tony Gordon hands a rat to an endangered Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle during a feeding demonstration...
Australia
KEEPER TONY GORDON FEEDS WEDGE-TAILED EAGLE IN TOWNSVILLE.
Keeper Tony Gordon hands a rat to an endangered Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle during a feeding demonstration at the Billabong Sanctuary in Townsville August 20. The bird was brought to the park after it was found by the side of the road suffering from a broken wing and as a result, has become completely reliant upon hand-feeding as the only means of obtaining food.

DG/JIR
AUSTRALIA
RTXH9H2
September 19, 1997
Overlooking the Sydney Opera House and harbour, Animal Handler Mathew Kettle holds aloft an Australian...
Overlooking the Sydney Opera House and harbour, Animal Handler Mathew Kettle holds aloft an Australi.....
Overlooking the Sydney Opera House and harbour, Animal Handler Mathew Kettle holds aloft an Australian wedge-tailed eagle as part of the Free Flight Bird Show at Taronga Zoo September 19. The show features many species of birds flying free to demonstrate their mastery of the air within metres of the audience.
RTR6VYR
September 19, 1997
Overlooking the Sydney Opera House and harbour, Animal Handler Mathew Kettle holds aloft an Australian...
Australia
ANIMAL HANDLER WITH AN AUSTRALIAN WEDGE TAILED EAGLE
Overlooking the Sydney Opera House and harbour, Animal Handler Mathew Kettle holds aloft an Australian wedge-tailed eagle as part of the Free Flight Bird Show at Taronga Zoo September 19. The show features many species of birds flying free to demonstrate their mastery of the air within metres of the audience.

AUSTRALIA
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 1