This nest streams live from Sydney Australia
The White-bellied Sea-Eagle is carnivorous and opportunistic with its choice of food. They will eat birds, reptiles, fish, mammals, crustaceans and carrion.
Their hunting methods include hunting from exposed perch followed by a shallow decent and plunge dive when hunting for fish or eels. Or circling above a water body then into a steep dive and leveling out before the water to grasp the fish or eel from just below the surface. With broad powerful strokes of its wing it lifts effortlessly away from the surface of the water with its catch. When catching fish, White-bellied Sea-Eagles only take them from the surface. Unlike the osprey who after a swoop dive submerges its whole body into the water, the Sea-Eagle will only plunge their legs into the water barely getting their body wet. So the Sea-Eagles are only taking prey to a depth of about 5in.
Thanks to Moderator priscillash1 of the SeaEagles nest for the use of her video