En-us: White-tailed Eagle Ca: Àguila marina Da: Havørn De: Seeadler Es: Pigargo europeo Fi: merikotka Fr: Pygargue à queue blanche It: Aquila di mare Nl: Zeearend No: Havørn Pt: Águia-rabalva Sv: Havsörn Ru: Орлан-белохвост
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White-tailed Eagle breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):
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An extension to a Lewis windfarm has the potential to be highly dangerous for eagles and thus RSPB Scotland will object against plans to build it. read on
Final batch of sea eagles released from secret location in Fife. read on
Mull Eagle Watch ‘Date with Nature’ project has a new home. read on
Two photographers found guilty of disturbing a Schedule 1 breeding species. read on
Daring rescue saves stranded eagle in Aberdeenshire cove. read on
Staying close to home comes up trumps again for Russell Wynn, with this county mega on his doorstep. read on
New figures released by RSPB Scotland reveal a record-breaking year for this iconic bird of prey. read on
A report released today highlights the continued persecution of birds of prey, with 384 incidents of shooting, trapping and poisoning reported in 2009. read on
Funding restraints cause Natural England to pull out of controversial scheme. read on
The RSPB comments on an SNH report on lamb survival in the Gairloch area. read on
Natural England, Anglian Water and the RSPB are consulting the public. What do you think? read on
Are introduced birds really to blame for livestock losses? read on
Foul play is strongly suspected as a Norwegian introduced bird goes missing near an Angus grouse moor. read on
Highest number of breeding pairs since reintroduction began in 1970s read on
Concern about dangers to Britain's biggest birds of prey from windfarms came as 15 White-tailed Eagle chicks were flown to Scotland for a new comeback scheme. read on
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