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Autumn explorations

Three of the juvenile White-tailed Eagles that we released on the Isle of Wight this summer in partnership with Forestry England have begun to explore southern England. Meanwhile two of the 2019 cohort, G274 and G324 remain on the Isle of Wight, where they have bee observed catching fish around the coasts. The two other 2019 birds, G393 and G318, are in Norfolk and Lincolnshire respectively. To read more about the latest movements of the birds, check out our blog.

Earlier this summer we released a further seven White-tailed Eagles in partnership with Forestry England. You can read more here.

G274, one of the White-tailed Eagles released on the Isle of Wight in 2019, has been observed catching a range of different fish species around the coasts of the Island (photo by Ainsley Bennett)

Buy Roy’s new book

Roy’s new book, Cottongrass Summer is now available to buy via our website. Click here to order your signed copy.

Give a Christmas gift in aid of the Foundation

Do you want to give a Christmas gift that makes a difference? This year we’re again giving you the chance to make a donation to the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation on behalf of someone else. 

In return we’ll send them an exclusive card signed by Roy, featuring a stunning photo of either an Osprey, White-tailed Eagle or Red Squirrel (you can tell us which you would prefer), explaining that a special donation has been made to the Foundation on their behalf. More details here. 

Follow a young honey buzzard on migration

This summer we satellite-tagged a juvenile female honey buzzard. You can follow her migration to sub-Saharan Africa here.

The honey buzzard is also featured in our latest podcast – click below to listen or subscribe/download on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and all the usual podcast platforms.

You can also browse and listen to all our other podcasts here.