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White-tailed Eagles released on the Isle of Wight

Together with Forestry England, we have released six juvenile White-tailed Eagles on the Isle of Wight in the first part of ourĀ five year programme to restore this iconic bird to southern England. You can read more here, and in Roy’s latest blog. There is more detailed background information on the project here and we also have a Frequently Asked Questions page.

Culver makes an incredible flight across central London and along the South Coast

One of the released White-tailed Eagles made an amazing flight over central London to Essex before returning along the South Coast to the Isle of Wight. For a full description of his travels, click here. For an update on the other five birds, please check out this blog written by Project Officer, Steve Egerton-Read.

All six of the birds we have released on the Isle of Wight were fitted with satellite transmitters prior to release. From left to right, Steve Egerton-Read (Project Officer), Tim Mackrill, Ian Perks and Roy Dennis.

Listen to our latest podcast

We’ve launched a weekly podcast, that will be released each Friday, to talk about our work. In the latest episode we look back at the extraordinary flight of sea eagle Culver who flew across London, along the South Coast and back to the Isle of Wight. We talk to the people who saw him and explore what those sightings meant to them.

Follow Ospreys Carr and Deishar on migration

This summer we satellite-tagged two juvenile Ospreys at a nest near Carrbridge in the Scottish Highlands. Both Carr and Deishar are now heading south and you can check out their latest locations on their individual pages (click on their names), or on our satellite tracking map.