Eagles Nest For First Time In 100 Year

Irish Times2012-04-30:                      LORNA SIGGINS, Western Correspondent A pair of young white-tailed sea eagles have bred for the first time in Ireland in over a century. The breeding pair – a four-year old male and three year-old female reintroduced here from Norway – have chosen an island on Lough Derg to nest, and are currently incubating their young. The pair had settled in the Mountshannon area of Clare…                  more »

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