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White-tailed Eagles in East Anglia

We are very disappointed that Wild Ken Hill do not wish to proceed with the White-tailed Eagle reintroduction project that Natural England licenced earlier this year. The early results from the Isle of Wight project are extremely encouraging, and we continue to believe that East Anglia is highly suitable for the second stage of the restoration of the White-tailed Eagle in England, as detailed in the Ken Hill feasibility report.  As such, we are now seeking an alternative location, and are in consultation with Natural England about this. We hope to report more news in due course.

Roy Dennis receives RSPB Medal

Roy Dennis received the RSPB’s most prestigious award at the charity’s Annual General Meeting on Saturday 16 October. Read more here.

Buy Roy’s Books

Signed copies of Roy’s new book Restoring the Wild are now available to buy via our website. You can also buy copies of Roy’s other recent book,  Cottongrass Summer.

One of the juvenile White-tailed Eagles released on the Isle of Wight (photo by Ainsley Bennett)

12 Juvenile White-tailed Eagles Released

This summer we released a further 12 White-tailed Eagles on the Isle of Wight, in partnership with Forestry England. You can read more here. Meanwhile the satellite tracking data continues to provide a fascinating insight into the latest movements of the White-tailed Eagles from the Isle of Wight. The 2020 birds are widely dispersed, from Scotland to the Netherlands, but the 2019 cohort are mainly settled in the south. Check out our blog to read more.

Ospreys at Poole Harbour

2021 has been an encouraging year for Ospreys at Poole Harbour. Find out more here.