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White-tailed Eagles on the Isle of Wight

Together with Forestry England, we released six juvenile White-tailed Eagles on the Isle of Wight in August. You can read more here, and in Roy’s blog. There is more detailed background information on the project here and we also have a Frequently Asked Questions page.

For the latest update on the birds, please read the October blog written by Project Officer, Steve Egerton-Read.

In late August, soon after release, one of the young eagles made a long 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.

Two of the juvenile White-tailed Eagles on the Isle of Wight (photo by Nick Edwards)

Follow Ospreys Carr and Deshar on migration

This summer we satellite-tagged two juvenile Ospreys at a nest near Carrbridge in the Scottish Highlands. Sadly Carr has died in Morocco, but Deshar has made it to the Senegal coast. You can check out the latest data on our satellite tracking map.

Listen to our latest podcast

In our latest podcast  we talk to two of the Isle of Wight White-tailed Eagle project volunteers, Tracy Dove and Jim Baldwin, as well as Project Officer, Steve Egerton-Read, about the highs and lows of being involved with the project. We also hear about how the eagles are already encouraging more people to think and talk about nature.

To listen to the podcast, click the link below.