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Wedge-tailed eagles are an emblem of the Northern Territory. These birds are the largest and most certainly the most renowned Australian bird of prey. Depending on conditions, the wedge-tailed eagle's breeding takes place from June to October. They are monogamous, meaning that they pair for life. Both the male and female groom each other during the breeding season and build the nest together. Sometimes the male will take over and incubate the eggs.
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Wedge-tailed eagles are an emblem of the Northern Territory. These birds are the largest and most certainly the most renowned Australian bird of prey. Depending on conditions, the wedge-tailed eagle's breeding takes place from June to October. They are monogamous, meaning that they pair for life. Both the male and female groom each other during the breeding season and build the nest together. Sometimes the male will take over and incubate the eggs.