New Interview with Alv Ottar Folkestad about the White-tailed Eagle in Norway

1. May 2011

White-tailed Eagle chick in nest

White-tailed Eagle chick in nest
© Alv Ottar Folkestad

I am happy to announce a new interview, this time about the White-tailed Eagle in Norway.

The White-tailed Eagle is one of the largest eagles in the world with a wingspan of up to around 245cm. During the last decades, the species has increased dramatically in many countries. In Europe, the largest population lives in Norway where Alv Ottar Folkestad has been studying the species for many years.

In this new interview, Alv explains the current situation of the White-tailed Eagle in Norway, how the population has developed over the last years, what threat’s it faces in the future (incl. wind farms) and why the European Otter is important for the White-tailed Eagle in Norway and many other interesting facts about this spectacular species.

See the interview for more information:

Interview with Alv Ottar Folkestad about the White-tailed Eagle in Norway