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Fri6th Nov 2015
Breeding: -Thirteen pairs held territory in Ireland in 2015 (Fig. 1). At least nine pairs built nests and eight pairs laid eggs.  For the first year since breeding began in 2012 more than one pair successfully fledged chicks: five pairs hatched chicks across four counties with four of these pairs fledging a single chick each (Table 1). Fig. 1 Growth in number of WTSE breeding and non-breeding pairs in RoI. One WTSE pair (CE01) nested…
White-tailed Eagle chick, Kerry 2015
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Wed21st May 2014
The first white-tailed eagle chicks of the year have been hatched in Co Clare and westCork in recent weeks, it was announced today.   The rare birds were born in nests at Mountshannon, Co Clare and Glengarriff in west Cork, according to the Golden Eagle Trust which runs the reintroduction programme .   The chick born in Mountshannon is a sibling of a bird which was shot and killed three months ago. The deceased bird…
White-tailed eagle chick hatched in Clare
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Wed5th Mar 2014
One of the first two White-tailed Eagles to fledge successfully from a nest in Co. Clare in 2013 has been found dead in Tipperary. The young male eagle was reared by a pair of White-tailed Eagles at a nest on Lough Derg, near Mountshannon, Co. Clare and successfully flew from the nest in July 2013 along with its sibling. After a few months of care by its parents both young eagles began to disperse more…
First Irish-bred White-tailed Eagle found dead in Tipperary
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Fri29th Feb 2008
Irish White-tailed Sea Eagle Reintroduction Project update period Jan-Feb 2008 SUMMARY By the start of the year, most birds released in 2007 were still largely ?resident? in the Upper Lake-Black Valley area to the southwest of Killarney National Park (KNP), roosting at one of two sites and foraging to the west on the Iveragh Peninsula during the day. Throughout the period most birds foraged over the core Brida Valley-L. Brin-Cloon Lough area up to 25-30klm…
Kerry sea eagles get ready to fly
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Wed20th Feb 2008
Recently released White-Tail Eagles found Dead in County Kerry Two White-tailed Eagles, released in Killarney National Park, County Kerry in August 2007, have been recovered dead. The first corpse, wing tag 5 a male, was found on Monday 18/2/08 and the second corpse, a female wing tag 7, was recovered on Tuesday 19/2/08 . Both corpses were located by radio tracking. Every White-tailed Eagle was fitted with a small radio transmitter, each with a unique…
dead sea eagle
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