Life-Sized Wedge-tailed Eagle

Life-Sized Wedge-tailed Eagle

Margaret River Main Street

The wedge tailed eagle is Australia’s largest bird of prey, and is often seen soaring high overhead, its diamond shaped tail and sheer size giving it away.

Once hunted to near extinction by farmers fearful of losing stock, this eagle is now protected and the population is flourishing.

Sculpted in recycled wood, steel, reo bar and wire, this eagle is swooping back to its nest and egg. An old clawfoot bath and electricity pole are reminiscent of rustic farms of yesteryear, maybe referencing the dangers once faced by large birds.

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