White-tailed Eagles nest in Ireland for the first time in 100 years

The White-tailed Eagle was extinct in Ireland for about 100 years – due to persecution.
Now a pair – part of the reintroduction project going on – has started nesting in Ireland.

For more information see this detailed press release by the Golden Eagle Trust:

White-tailed Sea Eagles nest for the first time in 100 years

Update:
To my knowledge the breeding attempt failed. This is normal with young and inexperienced birds. Hopefully they will try again next year.