White-tailed Eagles breed again

After eight years, during which 52 young Whitetailed Eagles Haliaeetus albicilla have been released on Rhum, Inner Hebrides, breeding has at last been attempted. Eggs were laid in two nests, but none hatched: a great disappointment to the RSPB staff who found the nests and mounted a watch on them. The failure was almost certainly due to the inexperience of the bi

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