The White-tailed Eagle population in Scotland has reached another record. This year there are 52 adult pairs, 6 more than in 2009. The pairs raised 46 young, also a new record. This is a great success for Europe’s largest eagle species and for everyone who was or still is involved in this project.
In the next years, we can also expect the first birds in eastern Scotland to start breeding where a reintroduction program started releasing birds in 2007.
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Young sea eagle numbers soaring in Scotland