The Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagles are endangered, and live in the beautiful, temperate rainforest of the Tarkine in Tasmania, Australia.
Their habitat is at risk of destruction from logging and open-cut mining.
Eagles usually mate for life, and their young live with them as a family for 5-9 years, until they are mature enough to find a mate for themselves.
Task: Write or compose a conversation between these two majestic and powerful birds, as they are sitting in their nest.
If you are in a class, perform your conversation with a partner.
I was really lucky to catch these two wonderful birds on camera while on holiday in Tasmania.