The reintroduction and establishment of the once extinct White-tailed Eagle in Scotland is a huge conservation success story. In a new study, the RSPB expects the population to grow further and reach 81 pairs by 2015, 118 by 2020, and 159 by 2024. If the White-tailed Eagles (also known as Sea Eagles or White-tailed Sea Eagles) have a high breeding success rate, the population could even reach 200 pairs by 2024.
Sheep farmers are worried because they fear loss of lambs taken by the Sea Eagles.
Coming soon to a sky near you … 400 sea eagles