Study predicts between 159 and 200 pairs of White-tailed Sea Eagles in Scotland by 2024

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.

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